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Tony St. Romaine

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Employment History

Assistant City Manager

City of Columbia


Affiliations

Rotary

Board Member


Missouri Natural Gas Co.

Board Member


Downtown Columbia Leadership Council

Member


Assistant City Manager and Disabilities Commission

Member


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City Manager Tony St. Romaine
City Manager Tony St. Romaine | Keep Columbia Free Keep Columbia Free Tag Archives: City Manager Tony St. Romaine Tony St. Romaine's Insatiable Lust for Other People's Money As if to buck reality, and to solidify the "most unpopular city managers in Columbia" title, Tony St. Romaine has decided to draw a line in the sand on behalf of tax increases. He is throwing his full weight and support behind the personal property tax increase. Somebody has to stick up for unwanted, unwarranted tax increases, no? Romaine, some might remember, was the same city manage who backed universally disliked policies and ideas like the red light cameras, the use of $3 million in city reserve funding to buy up property for private developers (the worse kind of corporate cronyism), and the erection of an opulently expensive 10 story parking garage downtown (given the sobriquet, Garagezilla), which is more popular among those wishing to commit suicide (two people, in one year's time, have leaped to their death off of the structure) then it is among the general public. A lover of zapping personal income from Columbians, Romaine, based on superfluous facts, is hell-bent on taking other people's money purely for the purposes of funding future 10 story, 15 story and 20 story parking garages and 25 more red light cameras. This entry was posted in Blog and tagged City Manager Tony St. Romaine, CPOA, Keep Columbia Free, Mayor Bob McDavid, Property Rights, Red Lights, Tax Increass on


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Tag Archives: Tony St Romaine
Homeowners Should Sue The City Of Columbia for Damages The widely unpopular Opus student housing development in Downtown Columbia has ruffled myriad feathers for myriad reasons. The City bureaucracy headed by City Manager Mike Matthes and his assistant Tony St. Romaine first claimed that Downtown infrastructure could not handle one more toilet. This entry was posted in News and tagged city manager mike matthes, Josh Oxenhandler, Mike Matthes, opus development, Tony St Romaine on Assistant City Manager Tony St. Romaine might be smarter than a 5th grader, but when he talks about red light camera statistics, he's definitely not smarter than a 12th grader. So why does Tony St. Romaine continue to claim that the red light cameras are a stunning success based on phony, partial statistics and tortured logic? Is he really a simpleton? In a recent issue of the Columbia Daily Tribune, Tony said: Ol' "Red Light" Tony has made similar claims in the past. This entry was posted in Blog and tagged City manager, City of Columbia, Columbia MO, Columbia Tribune, Gatso, Keep Columbia Free, Red Light Camera, Tony St Romaine on The last time Tony St. Romaine was caught spinning statistics in the city's favor he was merely an Assistant City Manager, but his spin skills have since earned him a promotion to the position of Deputy City Manager. Assistant City Manager Tony St. Romaine said that revenue had no bearing on the decision not to install more cameras. "The reason red-light cameras were put in was to make the public more aware of the potential consequences of running red lights," he said. This entry was posted in Blog and tagged City of Columbia, Columbia City Council, Columbia Missourian, Columbia Tribune, Keep Columbia Free, Matt Hay, Red Light Camera, Toni Messina, Tony St Romaine, Wrong On Red on This entry was posted in Blog and tagged Citizens For Justice, City of Columbia, Columbia City Council, Columbia Heart Beat, Columbia Tribune, Jill Weineke, Karen Taylor, Keep Columbia Free, Keep Columbia Safe, safety camera, surveillance camera, SWAT, Tom Bradley, Tony St Romaine on


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Assistant City Manager Tony St. Romaine might be smarter than a 5th grader, but when he talks about red light camera statistics, he's definitely not smarter than a 12th grader.
So why does Tony St. Romaine continue to claim that the red light cameras are a stunning success based on phony, partial statistics and tortured logic? Is he really a simpleton? In a recent issue of the Columbia Daily Tribune, Tony said: Ol' "Red Light" Tony has made similar claims in the past. This entry was posted in Blog and tagged City manager, City of Columbia, Columbia MO, Columbia Tribune, Gatso, Keep Columbia Free, Red Light Camera, Tony St Romaine on


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Deputy City Manager Tony St. Romaine said Anonymous, a group associated with cyber attacks and hacking activism, took down the city's website with a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.
St. Romaine said the group cited a drug-related SWAT raid in Columbia in 2010, where police shot two dogs in the house. A YouTube video shows a user taking credit for the attack, along with the SWAT raid from 2010. (Warning: the video contains strong language and graphic content.) A news release sent Friday morning said the city's IT department was notified of an attack around 11 p.m. Wednesday. Deputy City Manager Tony St. Romaine told ABC 17 News IT staff worked through the night until 7 a.m. Thursday.


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