A member of the county council is expected to announce he is running against St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley in the Democratic primary.
After an hour of testimony, County Councilman Steve Stenger didn’t address the crowd as he received and filed the Planing Committee recommendation to allow the project to continue.
In a Committee of the Whole meeting before the actual meeting, four members of the seven-person council voted to hold off on the nominations, claiming they need more information.
Despite an FBI investigation, Councilman Greg Quinn, R-Ballwin, says that’s not why his resolution praising Fitch was brought to a vote Tuesday.
Dooley could face a challenger in the Democratic primary, County Councilman Steve Stenger. Republican Bill Corrigan is also exploring the possibility of running. Corrigan, a lawyer, lost to Dooley in 2010.
Pastor Rodney Francis of the Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church is hosting a toy gun buyback program.
Councilman Steve Stenger, who originally sponsored the project a year ago, is now leading the charge to send the plan back to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
A standing-room-only crowd of around 600 Oakville residents filled St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in late May as residents gathered looking for answers about the proposed project.
Oakville residents crowded a local church for an informational meeting, regarding a senior housing development project, that brought more questions than answers.
“This isn’t a 30,000 dollar cost overrun, this isn’t even a 1-million dollar cost overrun, this is 30-million dollars!” South County Councilman Steve Stenger said.