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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
Join Us at the LEO BBQ...

LEO is sponsoring an old-fashioned, backyard BBQ at the Genovese Farm in Labadie.  BBQ, amazing side dishes (vegetarian also), cool drinks, live music and plenty of socializing! Details:  Sunday June 26th, 4PM – 8PM, 1436 Grand Army Rd, Labadie MO 63055 How do you get in on the fun?  RSVP by June 20th to phaynes@leomo.info OR call 6365-544-1014 OR sign-up online for event at the link below. $35/person suggested donation.  LEO BBQ Event Tickets (donations [ continue reading ]

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Campaign to Save OUR Bottoms, Community, Fundraiser, In The News
LEO Takes on DC and Ac...

April 11th-14th representatives from 10 states traveled to DC to talk with decision makers at EPA and with our legislators to demand a strong coal ash rule soon.  Missouri sent 4 individuals included 2 reps from LEO.  We met with Manny Stanislaus of EPA, the team writing the rule and almost all of the top staff members of our state Reps and state Senators. The meetings were positive and encouraged all of us that the [ continue reading ]

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Campaign to Save OUR Bottoms, Coal Ash, Community, In The News, Rivers and Floodplains, Sustainability, Take Action
ACTION: Contact Commi...

We are in the last stages of the Franklin County decision whether or not to open us all up to coal ash landfills.  Planning and Zoning hearings were about making a recommendation to the County Commission and then the Commission had its own hearings to gather public input. A majority vote of the 3 member County Commission will decide IF Franklin County changes its existing zoning code to allow coal ash landfills. The last of [ continue reading ]

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