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Chief Finance Director Vicki Boschert said the hike means a homeowner with a $100,000 home would see an increase of $12.98 on their property tax bill this year.
Patch prides itself on local coverage, but Missouri politics can have just as much an effect as local government. Here's an easy guide to what happened this week on the state political scene.
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis work zones for September 27 - October 3.
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According to St. Louis Post-Dispatch article, Circuit Judge Ted House threw out the ballot measure.
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The new decongestant Zephrex-D should be in St. Louis pharmacies this year. It's gaining support from drug task force agents because it can't be converted into meth. Here's how it works.
If the election were held today, which Missouri Lt. Governor candidate would you vote for?
Highland Pharmaceuticals plans to offer Zephrex-D in St. Louis pharmacies by November. The new decongestant reportedly cannot be converted into meth and might not require a prescription.
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