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Joe Brazil

  • Blogs

    April 28, 2014

    Red-Light-Camera Ban in St. Charles County May Be Up to Voters

    If a vote in the St. Charles County Council chambers goes the way it's expected to tonight, residents will get to decide for themselves whether to ban red-light cameras in the county. While only one St. Charles County city, St. Peters, uses the controversial cameras, Councilman Joe Brazil is propos ... More >>

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    December 30, 2010
  • Blogs

    October 13, 2010

    St. Charles Bill Would Require Rearview Mirrors for Bikes

    This little girl faces little threat of being cuffed-and-stuffed in St. Chuck for not having a mirror on her bike.​The St. Charles County Council last night concluded one ongoing debate with bicyclists while leaving another potential showdown in limbo.As reported several times on Daily RFT, counci ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 28, 2010

    St. Charles Bikers Free to Ride: Proposed Ban Struck Down

    image via​St. Charles County Council struck down a proposal Monday night that would have banned bicyclists from the narrow semi-rural roads in the county, reports the Post-Dispatch. The County Council voted unanimously, 6-0, against the ban. (One Council member was absent from the meeting.) E ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 4, 2010

    St. Charles Bike Ban Debate Coasts On

    Image via​The St. Charles County council is really ganging up on bikers these days. In addition to Councilman Joe Brazil's statistic-bending joyride attempts to banning cyclists on country highways with no shoulder or bike lane, The Post-Dispatch reports that Councilman Jerry Daugherty has propose ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 14, 2010

    Councilman Joe Brazil: St. Charles is a Bicycling Death Trap (Not Really)

    Image viaJoe Brazil​At a St. Charles County Council meeting last night, Councilman Joe Brazil came prepared with statistics in hand. In his push to ban bikes from certain rural two-lane roads in the county, Brazil cited some alarming numbers: 14 fatalities in the last 16 months, as well as "over a ... More >>

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