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July 23, 2014

Dooley's leadership challenged by county executive opponents

Opponents don't have a clue about governing, Dooley says

Candidates from across the political spectrum challenged the leadership of longtime County Executive Charlie Dooley at a forum last week, in what will apparently be the only time any of the candidates answer questions together before the Aug. 5 primary election....more >>
July 23, 2014

Stenger, Dooley continue to face off in variety of venues as primary nears

ACLU files lawsuit seeking copy of FBI's investigation

With the Aug. 5 primary election nearing, County Executive Charlie Dooley and 6th District Councilman Steve Stenger, D-Affton, faced off last week in and out of the council chambers, at a candidate forum, on television airwaves and in Dooley's first-ever veto....more >>
July 23, 2014

Review concludes Tesson Ferry Library move done with full input from public

County review finds no fault on part of any library officials

A county review of the Tesson Ferry Branch Library move concluded St. Louis County Library officials made a cost-saving decision to move the library with full input from the public, and that any residents who have criticized the decision based their opinions on flawed information....more >>
July 23, 2014
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Pousosa, Stream vying for GOP nod in Aug. 5 primary for county's top post

Republican candidates give their views on county issues

A Green Park alderman and a state representative are vying for the Republican Party's nomination for county executive in the Aug. 5 primary....more >>
July 23, 2014

Crestwood city clerk resigns

Administrator names Ingold acting city clerk

Crestwood City Clerk Tina Flowers has resigned her position, effective Friday, July 25....more >>
July 16, 2014

Ameren to close Meramec plant in 2022 — perhaps sooner

Utility also dropping its plans to construct coal-ash landfill

Ameren Missouri had hinted at the possibility that its coal-fired power plant in Oakville could someday close, but last week the utility made it official: The Meramec Energy Center will close in 2022 — or perhaps even sooner, depending on the impact of future federal government regulations....more >>
July 16, 2014
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Dooley seeks permission from FBI to release audit

Councilman calls lack of communication from county executive's office 'embarrassing'

County Executive Charlie Dooley changed course last week to ask the FBI to allow him to publicly release the contents of its investigation into a Department of Health employee, after he had previously maintained that the agency barred him from releasing the results....more >>
July 16, 2014

Owner's neglect led to decline of Crestwood Plaza

Demise of mall will continue to impact Watson Road area

The decline of Crestwood Plaza is a result of the owner's failure to reinvest in the shopping center, and not a demographic shift in its customer base, according to a longtime planning consultant for the city....more >>
July 16, 2014

New Ameren substation OK'd with 8-0 vote in Sunset Hills

Utility agrees to build fence to buffer view of substation

The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to approve a new Ameren Missouri substation last week, but not before holding out for an unprecedented concession from the utility in the process....more >>
July 16, 2014

Hearing set on subdivision proposed on Suson Hills Drive

Planning panel to meet Monday night

The county Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on a proposed subdivision on Suson Hills Drive next week....more >>
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