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Pay increases are being discussed by officials during St. Louis County's budgeting process this year. It would mark the first time in four years that employees were given raises.
A committee of parks supporters studied the St. Louis County Parks system and endorsed a tax increase proposal. The measure must pass through the county council, where Councilman Steve Stenger said there is not a funding problem with the parks.
Councilman Steve Stenger disagrees with the allocation for St. Louis County Parks as County Executive Charlie Dooley’s budget office reduces funding for the department.
The Parks Department will present a business plan to the St. Louis County Council after being the center of the 2012 budget discussion.
Police & Fire, Business
Ronnie's theater on Lindbergh Boulevard, for example, will have extra security following an incident that left 14 dead in Colorado.
Stacy Hastie was elected to a three-year term.
Volunteers in the News
St. Louis Boy Scouts placed flags on the graves at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.
The race was downtown Saturday and had more than 6,000 runners.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Planning a trip? Keep these work zones in mind.
Twenty-six employees in the parks and public works departments have been laid off.
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