St. Louis County has instituted the second part of the legislation passed back in 2005 that requires occupancy permits in unincorporated areas of the county.
Over the weekend the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Political Fix blog discussed Congress' attempt to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine.
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 vote, decided that the Seattle, WA, and Louisville, KY, school assignment plans were unconstitutional, since the plans were based on race.
Yesterday's Kansas City Star ran an article about congressional legislation that "would make it a criminal offense for gas prices to be 'unconscionably' high." The article's headline?
Lily Tomlin once said, "The road to success is always under construction." The same can be said for Missouri's roads and for MoDOT's efforts to improve its roadwork efforts.
An article in today's St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Missouri roads have improved sharply:
In St. Louis and other cities and towns in Missouri, the use of TIFs and tax incentives to encourage development is rampant. In Columbia, Illinois, it is different. In the St.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is using new ideas and innovations to deliver quality transportation to the residents of Missouri. MoDOT deserves a great deal of credit for changing the manner in which it works for Missouri and for its creative thinking in how to address the state’s transportation needs.