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Privatizing Lambert Airport

The Post had a long article this weekend on the pros and cons of privatizing Lambert Airport. This idea was proposed by Rex Sinquefield, a very wealthy conservative in the area who had the ear of former Mayor Francis Slay. 51 more words

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Francis Slay Reflects on Confederate Monument

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – As the debate over who owns the confederate monument in Forest Park continues, former mayor Francis Slay reflects on his tenure with the controversy. 118 more words

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Mayor Francis Slay’s final day in office

ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – It is the end of a political era today at St. Louis City Hall. Today is the final day in office for Mayor Francis Slay, the longest serving Mayor in St. 260 more words

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Mayors from across the country impressed by Cortex District

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Mayors from across the country are in town visiting the Cortex District in the Central West End, learning how the innovation hub has become a premier destination for bio-science, technology research, development, and commercialization. 163 more words

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Mayors from across the country impressed by Cortex District

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Mayors from across the country are in town visiting the Cortex District in the Central West End, learning how the innovation hub has become a premier destination for bio-science, technology research, development, and commercialization. 163 more words

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Slay Proposes Lambert Airport Privatization

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – With just about a month left in office, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay makes a major proposal for the future of St. 281 more words

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Lyda Krewson wins St. Louis mayoral primary for Democrats

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Alderwoman Lyda Krewson won the Democratic primary to succeed Francis Slay as Mayor of St. Louis.

Krewson (Ward 28) won against a crowded primary field, which included Treasurer Tishaura Jones, Alderman Antonio French, and Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed. 216 more words

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