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Nov 24 2014

County Executive Dooley: We Must Begin Hard Work of Healing


St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley said the entire St. Louis community must now “begin the hard work  of healing” following tonight’s Grand Jury announcement.

“The Grand Jury has done its work and now we must do ours. This will be a long road but it is one we must surely travel. There are so many issues we have to address but I know the people in this community are ready. I know we are able and we will move forward.”



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Nov 24 2014

County Executive Dooley Urges Residents to Remain Calm, Focused on long-term Systemic Changes


County Executive Charlie A. Dooley, along with Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, Missouri Public Safety Director Dan Isom and Mayor Francis Slay, joined the media for a press conference Monday evening, November 24, at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, to remind the region to be clear-minded, safe and  calm in actions. It was announced that the grand jury has reached a decision in the Michael Brown Shooting investigation. 

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Nov 24 2014

County Functional Needs Registry Seeing First Test, Helps First Responders Identify People Needing Added Assistance During Emergencies


The registry is intended for seniors and people with disabilities. It will enable first responders to better identify where people are located who need added assistance during emergencies, natural disasters or time of crisis.

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Nov 24 2014

Children’s Service Fund provides Tips for Helping Kids Cope with Trauma


With the support of caring adults, children can recover from traumatic events, re-establish a sense of well-being, and obtain professional help if needed.

For information about available services funded by the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund, go to: KeepingKidsFirst.org, or call the Youth Connection Helpline 24/7 at: (314) 628-2929 or 1 (877) 928-2929.



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Nov 24 2014

Pet Safety During Emergencies, Crisis


Saint Louis County Animal Care and Control wants pet owners to be prepared to take care of their pets in emergency situations. Partnering with the Humane Society of Missouri Disaster Response Team, as the need arises, both agencies will provide emergency pet supplies and assistance for displaced or injured animals.

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Nov 21 2014

County Executive Dooley Kicks Off Holiday Season with Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony


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Nov 21 2014

County Executive Dooley, Mayor Slay and Director Isom Discuss Public Safety in the St. Louis Region


St. Louis County's top man in charge, County Executive Charlie A. Dooley, along with Mayor Francis Slay and Missouri Director of Public Safety Dan Isom joined the media for a press conference Friday afternoon to update the public regarding ongoing conversations and planning for public safety in the St. Louis Region as anticipation builds for a grand jury decision in the Michael Brown Shooting investigation.

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Nov 21 2014

Tax Time: Property Tax Bills set to arrive in Mailboxes Soon


The Collector of Revenue’s office usually starts the printing and mailing process of real, and then personal property tax bills in early to mid-November.  After the bills are in the mail, the ball is in the taxpayer’s court: per Missouri state law, taxes must be paid or postmarked by December 31.  Taxes that are not paid or postmarked by that date, become delinquent on January 1, and will start to accumulate monthly interest and penalty charges.  Interest charges of 2 percent per month, up to 18 percent per year, plus an additional 2 percent penalty charge can add up quickly, so be sure to pay on time and save yourself some money.

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Nov 21 2014

Study Validates St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund’s Payment Rate Structure


A comprehensive review of the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF) payment structure released today validates CSF’s efforts in adopting a standardized rate structure for payment to providers for children’s mental and substance abuse services.  The standardized rate model was adopted in 2013 for the two-year funding cycle that began January 1, 2014. The study, conducted by Public Consulting Group, validated the use of relative value unit rate setting methodology.  The study also sought to review the underlying activities supporting the units of service and determine the extent to which the Fund’s current rate structure adheres to the Resource Based Relative Value Scale used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

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Nov 21 2014

2014 Saint Louis County Property Tax Bills On The Way


Saint Louis County Collector of Revenue Mark Devore announces that the 2014 property tax bills are currently being mailed to St. Louis county property owners, and tax amounts have been posted on St. Louis County's website www.stlouisco.com.

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Mailing of the 2014 tax bills 11-2014.pdf (372.65 KB)

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