Steve Swyers says when Board President Robin Harris spent $20,000 in taxpayer money on a newsletter that promoted his accomplishments right before the election, that was the last straw.
Voters in the Monarch Fire District will decide tomorrow who they want as board president, but once again, there are differences between the firefighters’ union and board officials.
The captain who blew the whistle on Monarch Fire Board’s plans to buy bulletproof vests and nail them to a wall still has his job for now.
Monarch Firefighters call Vineyard’s resignation “a huge loss for Chesterfield residents.”
With one week until the filing deadline for the St. Louis County Executive race, some Monarch Firemen and Paramedics say they’ve got a lot of concerns about Jane Cunningham running.
No end in sight with the ongoing battles between the Monarch Fire Protection District Board and its employees. The latest controversy surrounds the elimination of the Public Education officer position.
At the meeting on Tuesday night, residents lined up to speak, demanding that firefighters be allowed to wear pink shirts to support breast cancer awareness and the Pink Heels campaign.