The council passed the measure by a 5-2 vote at Tuesday night’s meeting. Council Chairwoman Kathleen Burkett of Overland and Councilwoman Hazel Erby of University City voted against the bill.
An effort to get federal funding and legislation in place to protect the Mississippi River has taken an artistic form in University City this week.
On August 24th, we visited University City for the letter U.
According to prosecutors, Dr. Wit Jamry billed St. Louis patients for services at times when he wasn’t in town or even in the United States.
University City police have identified the victims of a double homicide.
Police have ruled Cynthia Clements’s death suspicious but said there were no apparent signs of trauma.
The University City Council approved the conditional use permit for the Loop Trolley Project, meaning construction can begin.
The city’s new budget proposes hiring four new police officers, two firefighters, and either building a new police station or renovating the existing one.
Maria Chapelle-Nadal points to four states which charge parents with crimes if their child hurt someone with a gun.
The venture is a strategic investment in the Loop and the surrounding communities through which the university aims to provide a model of sustainable urban living.