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A non-profit group specializing in leveraging state tax dollars for the development of wetlands and other conservation projects has offered to develop the area around the rugby fields in Bander Park.

An editing error in last week’s story on the swearing in of Robin Huels to the Fenton Board of Aldermen resulted in the printing of an incorrect age. Huels is not 27 years old, but rather has lived in Fenton for 27 years. She served on the Fenton Board of Aldermen 14 years ago.

Crestwood Chief Ronald Compton said the city’s police department will switch records management systems on Jan. 1, 2020, to the 24/7 St. Louis County Police Department’s Computer Assisted Report Entry Service (CARE).

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Friday, October 18, 2019

Handwritten sticky notes requesting discretion, minimalism and respect for natural character dotted presentation materials at an Oct. 15 open house in Fenton for the proposed trail bridge to the new Interstate 44 bridge over the Meramec River.

The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen on Oct. 8 unanimously agreed to terminate the 10100 West Watson Road Community Improvement District (CID), which was formed at the request of Johnny Mac’s Sporting Goods in 2015.

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