St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson joins us in studio to discuss the new police headquarters building and hot spot policing.
St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann says he won’t even entertain the idea of Chesterfield seceding from St. Louis County, and thinks the city should just try to cooperate with the county.
The new bill says an establishment can only be exempt if it limits its customers to those 21-years-old and older. Some residents say that’s not fair.
Night Ranger’s Jack Blades talks about his band’s upcoming appearance at River City Casino on September 20th.
“What’s on the table right now is we can install a special administrative board, we can break up the district and give it to other districts, or even close down the district”
“It’s turned into a much bigger cleanup than we thought,” County Executive Steve Ehlmann said. “We are anticipating collecting about 50,000 tons of tree and limb debris.”
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, June 5th — “Always…Patsy Cline” at Stages; St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann; Mike Shannon; Dr. Brian Rotskoff
Charlie talks with Zoe Vonder Haar and Jacqueline Petroccia, both starring in the Stages Production of “Always…Patsy Cline”; with St.Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann about the need for building inspectors in the aftermath of flooding and tornado activity; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with Chicago Allergist and STL Native Dr. Brian Rotskoff about climate change and allgergies.
A proposal would allow those communities to keep ticket revenue to cover just 20 percent of their operating budget.
Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul and attorney Chet Pleban join the show.
The final phase of the Page Avenue Extension will begin last this Spring in St. Charles County.