St. Louis County currently has an online auction event for surplus office furniture thru August 1, 2014.
To view and bid on the furniture click here.
In accordance with Court Operating Rule 18, the following procedure is adopted.
Any individual who claims he or she has been subject to bias or prejudice of any type including, but not limited to, bias or prejudice based upon race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or age by an employee of the Circuit Court shall file a complaint. Any complaint shall be in a letter with legible writing (typewriting preferred) detailing the alleged act of bias or prejudice. No e-mails are allowed or accepted as a complaint. The complaint shall be filed with the Presiding Judge or, in the case of an employee of the Circuit Clerk's office, the complaint shall be filed with the Circuit Clerk. The Presiding Judge or Circuit Clerk shall take whatever investigation necessary and if the complaint is found to have merit, to take whatever lawful action is necessary to correct the problem or discipline the employee, including termination of employment.
The records of any investigation or action shall be confidential pursuant to Chapter 610.012(3). However, the Presiding Judge or Circuit Clerk may inform the complainant of any remedial action without disclosing personal information.
Maura B. McShane,
Last week, St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley asked to release a FBI
forensic audit, which details how an employee managed an embezzlement scheme in the county health department, citing a need for transparency to the public. On Tuesday, July 15, 2014 that request was formally denied.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley is asking the FBI to release its forensic audit which details how an employee managed an embezzlement scheme in the county health department.
St. Louis County Animal Care & Control is proud to announce it will now be open on seven (7) days a week. That means the center, which has always been open Monday thru Saturday, will now also be open on Sunday.
Property owners who disagree with the St. Louis County Assessor’s estimate of the value of their property have until July 14, 2014 to file an appeal to the St. Louis County Board of Equalization,