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Comptroller Darlene Green On Lawsuit by Kiel Center Partners

16 Aug






Comptroller Darlene Green On Lawsuit by Kiel Center Partners It is unfortunate that Comptroller Green is being sued just for doing her job. As Chief Fiscal Officer of the City of St. Louis, the Comptroller is charged with protecting the city’s credit rating, and is given broad authority to pursue strategies that do so.   Pursuant to Article XV, […]

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Gov. Greitens orders flags to half-staff to honor Clinton police officer who died in line of duty

11 Aug






Gov. Greitens orders flags to half-staff to honor Clinton police officer who died in line of duty Governor Eric Greitens has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties and the City of St. Louis be flown at half-staff on Saturday (Aug. 12) in honor of Officer Gary L. […]

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St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green Statement Funding for Scottrade Center Renovations

11 Aug






St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green Statement Funding for Scottrade Center Renovations The Comptroller has not approved the transaction to issue bonds for the renovation of Scottrade Center, as it would incur debt to the city’s general fund for nonessential services and negatively impact the city’s credit.   The city faces a credit crisis having been downgraded twice in less than six […]

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Office of Administration Announces Workforce Diversity Initiative

10 Aug






Office of Administration Announces Workforce Diversity Initiative JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The Office of Administration announced that the Office of Equal Opportunity will begin leading an initiative along with the Workforce Diversity Council to review current policies, procedures, training and educational resources to ensure the state is promoting an inclusive work environment. The Workforce Diversity […]

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Red Cross Blood Drive at City Hall on August 16

9 Aug






Red Cross Blood Drive at City Hall on August 16 The office of St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green will host its semiannual American Red Cross Charles Drew Blood Drive on Wednesday, August 16. The blood drive will be held in City Hall,1200 Market St, Room 208 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.   Due to a shortage of donations this summer, […]

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ICYMI: Governor Eric Greitens’ Message on Capture of Clinton Police Shooting Suspect

9 Aug






ICYMI: Governor Eric Greitens’ Message on Capture of Clinton Police Shooting Suspect Governor Greitens’ statement on the capture of Ian McCarthy, the man suspected of killing Clinton Police Officer Gary Michael, is below:    “The Highway Patrol has apprehended the suspect in the shooting of Clinton Police Officer Gary Michael. We are all grateful for […]

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Blunt Takes Senate Democrats to Task for Unprecedented Obstruction of Trump Nominations

14 Jul






Blunt Takes Senate Democrats to Task for Unprecedented Obstruction of Trump Nominations WASHINGTON – Yesterday, U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) spoke on the Senate floor to discuss Senate Democrats’ unprecedented obstruction of President Trump’s nominees. Blunt noted that, at the current rate, it will take over 11 years to confirm all of the nominations that […]

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Progress on Future NGA Site: Minority Union Contractor Awarded Demolition of Shoe Building

7 Jul






Progress on Future NGA Site: Minority Union Contractor Awarded Demolition of Shoe Building ST. LOUIS – In order for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) to begin building its new campus in the City of St. Louis at N. Jefferson and Cass Avenues, the City must complete site preparation including archeological and historical investigations; demolition of structures, streets and utilities; and grading the land. […]

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Missouri Reports Strong Progress in Flooding Recovery, including over $10.2 Million in FEMA Grants to Flooding Survivors

6 Jul






Missouri Reports Strong Progress in Flooding Recovery, including over $10.2 Million in FEMA Grants to Flooding Survivors JEFFERSON CITY – Less than five weeks after Missouri received a major disaster declaration for historic flooding and severe storms, the state’s disaster recovery team today reported  that more than $66 million in payments to disaster survivors is helping fuel the […]

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State Treasurer Eric Schmitt: Tax cuts on the way for Missourians in 2018

6 Jul






State Treasurer Eric Schmitt: Tax cuts on the way for Missourians in 2018 JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt recently confirmed that Missouri taxes will be cut in 2018 as a result of legislation he championed as a state senator in 2014. Triggered by state revenue growth, Missouri’s highest income tax rate will fall from […]

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