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Patch prides itself on local coverage, but Missouri politics can have just as much an effect as local government. Here's an easy guide to what happened this week on the state political scene.
Government, Police & Fire
The police chief told the Brentwood Public Safety Committee violent crimes are how people get killed.
City Administrator Bola Akande had no word on what restaurant will be on the site.
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis work zones for September 27 - October 3.
The Maplewood city manager will have a food truck ordinance for the council to vote on at the next meeting.
Brentwood Library Director Vicki Woods said nobody in the city had experience with raising the library tax rate, and there was lots of confusion.
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The council passed the bill Tuesday night, in spite of fears of council members, including the mayor, that the law could be taken advantage of.
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