Officials at Ameren took questions from shareholders about the utility company's procedures for disposing of coal ash today.
The annual shareholder's meeting was open to all Ameren investors.
Diana Oleskevich works for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. The sisters are part of a group of five institutional investors calling on Ameren to clean up their coal ash disposal procedures.
Oleskevich says Ameren's claim that its 35 coal ash storage ponds comply with current regulations does not satisfy her concerns.
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