St. Louis Board of Aldermen
The St. Louis Board of Alderman included a last-minute amendment in an ethics bill to include themselves in the bill about filing financial disclosures.
“If the folks in St. Louis feel that a gun docket would help them lowering crime and improving the life of residents then that’s something that is their prerogative.”
“To provide citizens with some sense of decency and respect that does not require us to look at people’s behinds and their underwear everyday,” Alderwoman Marlene Davis said.
“We’re here to show our support for the neighborhood. This is a solid neighborhood in the city of St. Louis, it’s a thriving, vibrant neighborhood.”
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Several members of the board of aldermen admit to their own marijuana past, as they finalize the language on a bill softening the penalty for pot. By a vote of 16 to 8 the […]
Today, Kevin watches the usually deliberative board of aldermen move decisively for a free pork lunch…
The embattled president of the Missouri History Museum may be called to testify before a committee of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen.
Today, Kevin meets Donald K. Tyson, little-known prosecutor who has put a lot of criminals behind bars…
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Developer Paul McKee gets what he wants form the city board of aldermen — a chance to apply for some $1.5 million in fresh state tax credits. By a vote of 26-3 the board gave McKee […]
CLAYTON, MO–(KMOX)–Protestors accuse The Bank of St. Louis of “greed,” for its opposition to a recently-passed county ordinance requiring mediation with homeowners facing foreclosure. Chanting “housing is a human right,” members of the group Missourians […]