County Executive

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St. Louis Selected to Join Global Cities Initiative’s Exchange

The Global Cities Initiative is a five-year joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase. Launched in 2012, the Global Cities Initiative helps business and civic leaders grow their metropolitan economies by strengthening international connections and competitiveness. GCI activities include producing data and research to guide decisions, fostering practice and policy innovations, and facilitating … Continue reading

Dooley Administration Cleared of Allegations in Crime Lab Probe

News from Charlie A. Dooley Saint Louis County Executive St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley has received notice from the United States Attorney’s Office that its investigation to alleged contracting irregularities for the St. Louis County Police Crime Lab revealed no criminal wrongdoing on the part of the County Executive, members of his staff … Continue reading

Time to reflect on the past and prepare for the future

As my family and I prepare for the holidays I cannot help but reflect on the tremendous opportunity that I have been blessed with over the past 35 years. Serving in an elected capacity is truly a blessing. I am often asked about the best part of my job and every time the answer is … Continue reading

County Executive Dooley: We Must Begin Hard Work of Healing

St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley said the entire St. Louis community must now “begin the hard work  of healing” following tonight’s Grand Jury announcement. “The Grand Jury has done its work and now we must do ours. This will be a long road but it is one we must surely travel. There are … Continue reading

County Executive Dooley Kicks Off Holiday Season with Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

County Executive Dooley, Mayor Slay and Director Isom Discuss Public Safety in the St. Louis Region

St. Louis County’s top man in charge, County Executive Charlie A. Dooley, along with Mayor Francis Slay and Missouri Director of Public Safety Dan Isom joined the media for a press conference Friday afternoon to update the public regarding ongoing conversations and planning for public safety in the St. Louis Region as anticipation builds for a … Continue reading

St. Louis County Council Approves County Executive Dooley’s $1 Million Request to help Ferguson Residents

The St. Louis County Council authorized up to $1 million in emergency funds to be spent to help residents in Ferguson, and the surrounding impacted areas, pay for expenses incurred during two weeks of unrest since the shooting death of Michael Brown.   “I have been in Ferguson nearly every day since this unfortunate incident … Continue reading

St. Louis County to host Jamestown Mall redevelopment update and community meeting on July 21

The public is invited to attend an important update and community meeting on Jamestown Mall July 21, 2014.  The meeting will be held at the North County Recreation Complex, located at 2577 Redman Rd., St. Louis, MO, 63136 from 6-8 p.m. Your input will be invaluable as St. Louis County moves through this process.   … Continue reading

American Legion hosting local clinic for Veterans experiencing issues with VA benefits thru Friday

The American Legion has sent a team of experts to St. Louis in response to a recent Department of Veterans Affairs internal investigation that showed long wait times for veterans seeking specialist treatment in the VA St. Louis Health Care System. The American Legion’s System Worth Saving Task Force is currently operating a crisis center from … Continue reading

County Executive Dooley asks FBI to release Ed Mueth audit report

    “We are mindful of the FBI’s desire to protect its investigations, but feel that the need for transparency ‘trumps’ any privacy the FBI may wish to assert in this matter,” County Executive said in the letter request to FBI Special Agent Dean Bryant. St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley is asking the FBI … Continue reading