Sam, following advice from the lawyer that has Stenger to prison ain’t smart. This was a manufactured emergency; you could have started better if you had confidence in the public. Bad start and just helps BT show outstate that County is as corrupt as they were sure City was. https://t.co/O5fRJLPSgN— Vince Schoemehl (@VincestlouisV) April 30, 2019
An inauspicious - no, actually a very disconcerting - start to Sam Page’s tenure as St. Louis County Exec. No public comment allowed at a hastily called emergency meeting that could have waited a day or at least allowed input from county residents. https://t.co/i8pH5F44qb— Staci D Kramer (@sdkstl) April 30, 2019
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