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Missouri River Floodin...

Tues July 14th was the day for meetings. Started at 10 a.m. for Commission Public Meeting and ended with Planning and Zoning Subcommittee Meeting on Regulation Changes. At 1PM the County hosted an informational meeting on impending Missouri River flooding primarily for first responders but, open to the public.  The room was filled and garnered the attention of Ch 2, Ch 5, The New Haven Leader, West Magazine and others.  The bottom line is that [ continue reading ]

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Campaign to Save OUR Bottoms, Coal Ash, In The News, Rivers and Floodplains
Earthquakes, Impending...

Flood Water Approaching Kansas City (ABC Affiliate) Missouri Counties Prepare for Flooding (ABC Affiliate) As the skies appear to open and drop even more rain on us today I prepare to head to Union for a series of meetings today, June 14th. All meetings are at the Franklin County Governement Center on Locust Street in Union. Map here. 10 AM:  County Commssion Meeting 1PM: County Informational Meeting on Impending Missouri River Flooding – public and [ continue reading ]

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Campaign to Save OUR Bottoms, Coal Ash, In The News, Rivers and Floodplains
LEO Movie Night Living...

Come join us Tues July 19th, 6PM – 8PM to watch and discuss the movie Living Downstream. Thanks to Hillermann Nursery 2601 E. 5th Street in Washington MO for providing the venue and Missouri Organic Association for lending us the film.  Living Downstream explores the connection between water contamination and cancer.  Some of the same issues LEO has raised in respects to the industrial pollution in the Labadie Bottoms.  The discussion period after the movie [ continue reading ]

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Coal Ash, Community, floodway, In The News, Rivers and Floodplains, Sustainability
LEO Movie Night 5/25 C...

Unfortunately, the weather of the past few days is now threatening eastern Missouri as we head into the next few hours of storms, high winds and 30% potential for tornadoes. As a result, LEO has decided to cancel the screening of Living Downstream tonight.  We hope to reschedule soon.  Check back on our website scroll and here on the blog for updates. We also would like to put together a group of people to screen [ continue reading ]

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Pallid Sturgeon: Enda...

We are blessed with an abundance of fish species in the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers near St. Louis MO.  The pallid sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus) is unfortunately on the federal endangered species list. Habitat loss and water pollution coupled with slow maturation and reproduction have put this amazing Missouri treasure at risk. The endangered sturgeon recovery priority area includes the Missouri River right past Labadie.  In fact, the largest population of existing pallid sturgeon have been [ continue reading ]

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