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Friday, January 17, 2020

Jane Hungler was sworn in as Fenton’s new city clerk by Mayor Bob Brasses during the Jan. 9 board of aldermen meeting. She previously was city clerk for Gerald, Missouri. Hungler originally planned to report to Fenton on Dec. 9, 2019, after attending an Oct. 24 Fenton board meeting. However,…

Andre’s Banquet Center owner John Armengol has complied with the city of Sunset Hills’ directive to remove a temporary gravel road he constructed last June as a secondary access during flooding to his business at 13328 West Watson Road.

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Friday, January 10, 2020

A potential shift election, similar to the one in 2005 when citizens stepped in because of Sunset Hills’ policy that imposed eminent domain to clear Sunset Manor for redevelopment,  could be looming again this April.

Improvements to Rogers Middle School, a new retaining wall for Affton High School and efforts to reduce the district’s energy cost by half are all underway.

Friday, January 03, 2020

The Loop Trolley — a 2.2 mile fixed-track railcar connecting the Delmar Loop and the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park — gave its final rides last weekend after the Loop Trolley Company announced it would cease operations on Dec. 29. Though the trolley suffered low ridership in its just…

Final voting on the long list of proposed updates to Crestwood’s sign codes was postponed until the board’s meeting on Jan. 14 due to revisiting potential restrictions that would be placed on businesses and churches.

A $20,000 difference regarding potential employee compensation became a point of contention among Fenton board members, causing a near miss of the annual deadline for approving the city’s 2020 budget.

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