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Renewed effort to regulate surveillance cameras gets underway at St. Louis City Hall STLtoday
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Q&A: St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson On Airport Privatization St. Louis Public Radio
City of St. Louis Surveillance Systems and the Protection of Citizen Privacy Executive Order Rebecca Rivas
Editorial: Denver airport's nightmare offers warnings for proponents of Lambert's privatization STLtoday
GeoJSON Files for Individual Neighborhoods in St. Louis Chris Prener
Persistent Surveillance Systems Pitches Aerial Monitoring To Stop St. Louis Crime St. Louis Public Radio
Committee Delays Vote On Krewson’s Appointments To The Board Of Freeholders St. Louis Public Radio
SLMPD Crime Statistics September 2019 SLMPD
Should the city turn over operation of St. Louis Lambert International Airport? Saint Louis Magazine
St. Louis Lambert International Airport P3 Lease RFQ
Aldermanic Committee Recommends Renewing Tax Incentives For McKee Urgent Care St. Louis Public Radio
In narrow vote, aldermen advance controversial $8 million TIF for McKee-affiliated project STLtoday
St. Louis aldermen considering new crime fighting tool, aerial reconnaissance flights Fox2
Lewis Reed Is Ready To Move Forward With An RFQ For Airport Privatization St. Louis Public Radio
Why You Should Be Getting Paid for Your Data
National Night Out - 2019
TGE Traffic Survey
Preliminary Program to Support Airport Employees in the Event of P3 Lease Gerry Connolly
Here’s What St. Louis Can Learn From Denver’s Failed Airport Privatization Deal St. Louis Public Radio
New Plan For City Workers At Lambert Released By Privatization Working Group St. Louis Public Radio
Eddie Roth, Earl Nance Jr. among mayor's choices for Board of Freeholders STLtoday
Clean Sweep targets blight in the Greater Ville neighborhood STLtoday
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The Weird and Wonderful World of Gravois RFT
SLMPD Crime Statistics August 2019
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DMVs Are Selling Your Data to Private Investigators VICE Motherboard
St. Louis Sustainability News - September 2019
St. Louis leaders take first step towards police body cameras KSDK

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