Local Man Fights to Keep Forest Park Confederate Memorial A man whose great-grandfather served on the city council that put the Confederate monument in Forest Park sends a letter to the mayor to try to save it.
Mayor Krewson's Board of Alderman Replacement Forced to WithdrawThe St. Louis Democratic Committee's pick to replace Mayor Lyda Krewson on the Board of Alderman is dropping out of the race.
UPDATE: Last-Minute City Plan, 'Path Forward' with State, Could Save Soccer Stadium ProposalThe dream of a Major League Soccer stadium in downtown St. Louis may not be dead after all.
Group to Publicly Reject Centene Expansion ProjectThe meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Wydown Middle School.
Town & Country Residents to Block Friday Night FootballWestminster Christian Academy wants to install stadium lighting and a new sound system to make evening sports a possibility.
Reed Pushes for Appeal in No Public Vote for Downtown StadiumMayor Slay’s decision to abandon the legal fight for a public vote on the proposed stadium is not sitting well with Aldermanic President Lewis Reed.
Plan to Ease License Tax for Start-Up BusinessesSome find it way too hard to start a business in St. Louis. So, there’s a plan to be proposed at the Board of Alderman meeting on Friday, to make business licenses easier and cheaper to acquire.
Alderman French Seeks to Create Another Review CommitteeAlderman Antonio French is fighting for the creation of another committee to review police shootings-not referring to the recently created Civilian Review Board.
Slay's Minimum Wage Increase to Face Legal ChallengeBJC HealthCare is raising its minimum wage, but a legal fight is expected for St. Louis City to increase its wages.
Slay Announces Plan to Raise St. Louis Minimum WageMayor Slay has announced his plans to raise the minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour in St. Louis by 2020.
Board of Alderman Asks Voters for Property Tax IncreaseThe St. Louis Board of Aldermen is moving toward passing a bill that would ask city voters to raise their property taxes in August to pay for new police and fire department equipment.
Reed Proposes Bill to Approve $180 Mill. Bond IssueSt. Louis city voters may be asked this summer to raise their property taxes to pay for new equipment for the police and fire departments, along with other capital improvements citywide.

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