The Kirkwood City Council meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 2, at 7 p.m., will take place via Zoom webinar.
In this current health crisis with the coronavirus, there are many layers of government with differing responsibilities and responses. The city of Webster Groves is taking every measure available to us to address this crisis at the local level.
The Webster Groves City Council on March 17 amended the city’s budget and entered into a contract with Schindler Elevator Corporation for up to $174,796.20 to repair and upgrade the elevator at city hall.
Good fences can make good neighbors, as Poet Robert Frost famously remarked. But what then about bad fences?
The Webster Groves City Council on Dec. 17 awarded a contract to JEMA, a planning, architecture and design firm, for architectural services for the replacement of Fire House 2.
The Glendale Board of Aldermen is taking a close look at the city’s current fire dispatching service to determine what options exist for improving it.
There is a saying among those who bend rules that it is better to ask for forgiveness than for permission.
For the past four years, Webster Groves Public Library has featured a local history display in its gallery during the month of July. This month’s display is “The History of the Mayors of Webster Groves,” a pictorial review of all the people who have filled the office since the city’s incorpo…
Eighteen months ago, St. Louis County Councilman Ernie Trakas battled a recall effort, followed by a special investigation a month later, regarding his contracted legal work as an attorney for three Missouri school districts.
CitiesStrong, a group advocating for local cities and against city-county merger, and the pro-merger group Better Together, both issued reports this week on the economic impact of a “New Metro” St. Louis. Not surprisingly, the two reports are very much at odds.
Area residents may take pride seeing their property values increasing, but those hikes often translate into higher property tax bills. That may spell trouble for at least one measure on the April 2 ballot that would take cash out of area wallets, even before those real estate tax bills arrive.
The issue of urban chickens has raised its beak once again in Des Peres. Bill and Peg Sheridan of Brookbend Drive in Harwood Hills would like to have four chickens.
Experts from Better Together and Cities Strong explored issues such as city-county merger, consolidation of small suburban cities and more at the annual Southwest Region Economic Summit at Sunset Country Club.
A proposal by Pentrex Development Corporation to rezone 4.85 acres from “D” residential to planned development residential was put on hold by the Des Peres Planning and Zoning Commission on Dec. 12.
Brentwood and Webster Groves are discussing changes along their joint municipal border as part of efforts to facilitate a Deer Creek flood mitigation project.
District 90 State Rep. Deb Lavender, D-Kirkwood, will hold her twice-yearly meeting on Saturday, Dec.1, 10 to 11:30 a.m., at the Kirkwood Public Library, 140 E. Jefferson Ave.