E. St. Louis, Ill., begins battle against state panel
- Gordon Bush wins mayoral primary in E. St. Louis. // Jet;3/18/91, Vol. 79 Issue 22, p18
Relates the Democratic mayoral primary race in E. St. Louis, Ill., which Gordon Bush won. He will become mayor of the city unless a write-in candidate files by March 29. Bush's plans for city.
- Mayor finds city pride in trash fight. Gerlat, Allan // Waste News;11/03/97, Vol. 3 Issue 25, p4
Presents information on Gordon D. Bush, Mayor of East Saint Louis, Illinois who has called for a clean up of the streets of crime and trash. Background information on Bush; Number of years the city had not had trash picked up; Amount of money needed in equipment for city trash services;...
- East St. Louis mayor gambles and wins. Ward, Janet // American City & County;May95, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p70
Profiles Gordon Bush, mayor of East Saint Louis, Illinois. Ambivalence to Republican and Democratic parties in seeking support for the city; Policies on gambling; Benefits of gambling policies on the city.
- Rebuilding from the rubble. Barrett, T. // Newsweek;8/19/1991, Vol. 118 Issue 8, p22
Considers if East St. Louis's new mayor, Gordon Bush, can save the city. Profile of the city; How Gordon Bush now has the city moving; The 12-year, controversial former Mayor Carl E. Officer; The county's funding of a $100,000 environmental impact study of riverfront development; The new...
- East St. Louis, Ill., Mayor vows legal action to prevent a State-Imposed budget for city. Williamson, Tammy // Bond Buyer;12/26/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30299, p3
Focuses on a report from Chicago on East St. Louis, Ill., Mayor Gordon Bush who has vowed to go to court to fight having a 1998 budget forced on his city. Indepth look at a temporary restraining order which the mayor received.
- East St. Louis, Ill., is `flat on its back,' but the mayor somehow stays hopeful. Williamson, Tammy // Bond Buyer;01/21/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30314, p1
Focuses on the optimism of Gordon Bush as mayor of East Saint Louis, Illinois despite the city's social and financial problems. Inability to secure an investment-grade bond rating; Dependence on waning gambling revenues from a riverboat; Decline in tax base; High crime rate; Biggest...
- Kindred Spirits. Crawford, Craig // National Journal;
Reveals that Blacks are more forgiving of United States President Bill Clinton's misconduct, according to East Saint Louis Mayor Gordon Bush. Support expressed by the Congressional Black Caucus for Clinton.