Amazon Hiring, Hinting at Future Plans in St. LouisAmazon has posted a job listing for an operations manager in St. Louis, with a description that hints at more jobs to come.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass Bill on Sales Tax for St. Louis ZooThe measure also would allow the zoo to charge admission for new facilities for people who live in counties that don't adopt a zoo tax.
Mo. House Gives Initial Approval to Zoo TaxThe Missouri House approved a framework for St. Louis City and County to propose sales tax increases for the zoo.
Prop 1 Unpopular with Some Business OwnersSt. Louis City voters approved Prop 1 sales tax to start funding the city's portion of a north-south Metrolink line, but some business owners aren't happy.
County Mayors Divided on Prop PSt. Louis County's mayors don't agree on Proposition P, the half-cent sales tax increase to fund public safety.
St. Clair County Proposes Sales Tax for Public SafetyA quarter of the money raised annually would go to local public safety departments within Saint Clair County to spend on their needs.
Voters May Face Tax Increase for Saint Louis ZooThe tax would go towards supporting the Saint Louis Zoo's infrastructure along with animal conservation needs.
Police Begin Campaign for $80 Million in Sales Tax RevenueProposition P will use increased sales tax to support St. Louis County Police and other local law enforcement.
Amazon to Collect State Sales Tax in Missouri on Feb. 1Amazon and its subsidiaries already collect sales tax on merchandise shipped to more than 30 states.
Tax on a Haircut? Missouri Voters Weigh Sales Tax LimitsThe proposal on the Nov. 8 ballot is a backlash against efforts in numerous cash-hungry states that have considered extending sales taxes beyond goods to keep pace with the service-based economy.
St. Louis Blues Generate Millions for CityThe St. Louis Blues generate about $3 million a year in on-site sales tax money from tickets and concessions.
Dotson, Aldermen Still Search For Higher City Cop SalariesSt. Louis Aldermen and alderwomen have plans that include raising sales taxes or taxing 911 cell phone calls.