Students in the St. Louis Public Schools are protesting at Mayor Slay's office. They're worried that their diplomas won't matter:
Could this ruling be the straw that breaks the camel's back for City of St.
Governor Blunt recently changed his mind about Missouri's new Minimum Wage laws. Initially, January's minimum wage increase applied only to non-tipped workers.
I promise this will be the last post of police radio dispatching for some time, but the Post-Dispatch had another story on it today. I am not going to talk about the disp
When I first read that Brentwood had lowered its emergency dispatching bid for Rock Hill by $100,000, I thought this might be an excellent and all-too rare example of municipal
Over at our main website, David Stokes has a new article on a proposal to abolish the sales tax pool in Saint Louis County. In short: he thinks it's a bad idea:
Reassessment season is here. This is good news for government entities, real estate appraisers and bloggers who like to write about local tax issues. It is bad news for everyone else. The traditional start, the first-pitch if you will, of reassessment season is the article by the Post-Dispatch