ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The sound of power washers replaced the voices of protesters outside St. Louis City Hall Friday morning.
St. Louis Police's bike patrol showed up at about 4 a.m. to get the group of protesters to disperse. Some words were exchanged between the two sides, but the crowd appeared to disperse without altercation.
In a conversation with KMOX's Kevin Killeen yesterday, Mayor Lyda Krewson warned those protesters were not going to be at City Hall for very long.
"It's certainly not something that we need to distract us from doing the real work for the 300,000 people that live here in the city of St. Louis," Krewson said. "City Hall has to be open to the citizens of the city."
Krewson also tells KMOX she has no plans to resign.