A civil rights group calling for the presiding judge of St. Louis County to reopen the Ferguson case took a direct approach Sunday.
The boil order was issued Sunday for Ballwin, Manchester, and Town and Country after a power outage affected a water treatment plant.
Efforts are underway in Ballwin, Ellisville and Wildwood to make west County’s Manchester Road is a “Great Street.”
Clayton traces its roots to the county’s 1876 split from the city of St. Louis. The carnival will take place on Saturday.
Michael Fox says he lives about 100 yards from the site near Mason and Clayton Roads, of which one acre will be used for a gas station and the other nine for the residential complex.
“I have to have one up on them. They don’t have anything to lose and I have everything to lose.”
The smoking ban passed in 2009 allowed for some bars to be grandfathered in but councilman Mike O’Mara wants to change that.
“We’re finding that consumer confidence is way up and that people are sick and tired of being sick and tired,” Kelly Hager said.
“We’re still doing it; we’ve gotten good feedback, and the faculty all likes it,” said Judy Kulp, assistant principal at St. Mary’s.
There were two confirmed cases this past week at a middle school in West County and doctors at Missouri Baptist Medical Center.