Category: St. Louis City

RELEASE: Ameren part of industry initiative to enhance ESG/sustainability reporting

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ — Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE) is participating in a voluntary industry initiative, coordinated by the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), to provide electric industry investors with more uniform and consistent environmental, social, governance and sustainability-related (ESG/sustainability) metrics. The result of the initiative, EEI’s pilot ESG/sustainability reporting template, will supplement Ameren’s already substantial reporting on these issues, including its annual Corporate Social Responsibility report. Ameren’s initial report using the pilot template is now available […]

St. Louis Alderman arrested again for driving with a suspended license, six warrants

(Updated at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, March 13: Alderman Collins-Muhammad is currently still in custody, however he is in the process of being bonded out, according to police.) ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Metro police arrested a St. Louis alderman Monday for the second time in six months after he caused an accident and failed to display proof of insurance or a valid driver’s license. According to St. Louis Metro police spokesman Sgt. Keith Barrett, John Collins-Muhammad […]

RELEASE: 4M Building Solutions invests in cutting-edge electrostatic sprayer to provide customers with highest qality cleaning services

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ — 4M Building Solutions is excited to announce our latest investment in our commitment to providing first-class quality services to customers and safeguarding clients’ facilities from harmful germs. The purchase of the Clorox® Total 360® System adds an additional layer of surface protection and creates an even safer environment for clients, helping to eliminate bacteria, viruses, and pathogens that can cause infections like Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and fast-spreading stomach bugs like norovirus. The […]

St. Louis Board of Aldermen delay final vote on buffer zone bill for second straight week

PHOTO: Planned Parenthood protest in St. Louis, by Paul Sableman The St. Louis Board of Aldermen will have to wait at least another week to take a final vote on a bill that would create a buffer zone between protesters and healthcare facilities, including Planned Parenthood. If passed, the new law would increase safety around health facilities by creating an eight-foot buffer zone between protesters and the facilities. The bill states that no one “shall knowingly […]

Rep. Courtney Allen Curtis to Hold Special Committee Hearing on Airport Oversight

Rep. Courtney Allen Curtis, D-Ferguson, chair of the Special Committee on Urban Issues, will host a special committee hearing on Monday to discuss two pieces of legislation. The first bill  HB 2745, will establish The St. Louis Airport Oversight Commission consisting of members from cities adjacent to the St. Louis Lambert International Airport. This committee will have the power to review, and possibly veto, any decision from the airport’s governing body that could have a substantial […]

RELEASE: Missouri fire marshal advises changing smoke alarm batteries as clocks ‘spring ahead’ this weekend

Three out of five home fire deaths in the United State occur in properties without working smoke alarms  JEFFERSON CITY – State Fire Marshal Tim Bean is encouraging Missourians to think about fire safety as they “spring ahead” their clocks this weekend. The twice yearly time changes are excellent reminders to change the batteries and test smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. At 2 a.m. Sunday, March 11, clocks move ahead one hour for the beginning […]

Buffer zone bill could get a vote on final passage at Board of Aldermen meeting

PHOTO: Planned Parenthood protest in St. Louis, by Paul Sableman For the second week in a row, the bill that would create a buffer zone between protesters and healthcare facilities, including Planned Parenthood, could get a vote for final passage by the St. Louis Board of Aldermen Friday. With the legislative session quickly coming to a close, the bill would need to get final passage in the next two weeks before the board goes on spring break, […]

Metro Transit lands $1.75 million grant to add electric bus technology to fleet in 2020

Metro Transit will soon add two pollution-free, battery-powered electric buses to its fleet. The Federal Transit Administration awarded Metro a $1.75 million grant that will enable the St. Louis-based public transit agency to two replace diesel buses with electric buses. The FTA funds came from its Low or No Emission Vehicle Program, Metro announced Wednesday. That money will be used to purchase two extended-range battery electric buses that will be added to Metro’s clean-burning diesel […]

RELEASE: Edward Jones’ Penny Pennington receives inaugural Great Place to Work® for All leadership award

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ — Penny Pennington, principal of Edward Jones’ Client Strategies Group, recently was honored with a Great Place to Work for All Leadership award. Pennington was one of the women leaders honored from companies on FORTUNE magazine’s annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For and Best Workplaces for Women. The awards were announced by Great Place to Work at a gala on March 7, the eve of the 107th International Women’s Day, […]

RELEASE: Beltservice Corporation and Movex expand business agreement

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Movex S.P.A. of Telgate, BG, Italy and Beltservice Corporation of St. Louis have entered into an expanded strategic-business agreement to market and service Movex products in the United States and Canada. The synergy created by this expanded strategic-business agreement enhances the delivery of our plastic modular belts, chains, and conveyor components designed to meet the market’s most-demanding beverage, food, packaging, and material-handling applications. Movex S.P.A. will continue to focus on product innovation and […]