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The as-amended and passed ordinance was signed on Thursday. A PDF file of the complete ordinance is included.
Since owner Jim Callahan wasn't at the revocation hearing, legally there's no proof he knows about it.
Chairs were on the tables, but performers were on the stage Wednesday night. Owner Jim Callahan said on Facebook they are open, despite the business license revocation Tuesday night.
Government, Police & Fire
John Patterson is retiring after 34 1/2 years as a firefighter.
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on the St. Louis work zones for Nov. 29-Dec. 5.
The Sunland Inc. plant that distributes products to Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Target and others is linked to Salmonella contamination that made at least 41 people ill in 20 states.
Government, Schools, Business
The measure passed with one dissenting vote.
Jumpin' Jupiter has lost its business license for the second time since June for nonpayment of state taxes.
Chief Disbennett said city employees wouldn't be happy with him if they lost raises because of him.
On Tuesday, Jumpin' Jupiter lost its license to do business in Maplewood.
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