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The sale of 4.5 acres at Hanley and Dale and Interstate 64, from the city of Richmond Heights to Summit Development for a hotel and mixed use development, was finalized at the city council meeting on Tuesday.
The two-bedroom, one-bathroom 1,562 square foot home at 9103 Brentwood is set to be replaced with a 3,155 square foot home with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Construction is set to begin in spring according to the developer. It’s on the corner of Pine and High School.
A League of Women Voters (LWV) forum for the candidates for mayor of Maplewood is set for March 16, or maybe 15, at 7-9 p.m. Update: MRH has agreed to the use of the theater for the forum, but most of the week of March 13-17 is parent-teacher conferences, so other dates are being explored.
The Brentwood Public Library has grown in annual attendance from 45,000 to 65,00 in the past three years, according to head librarian, Vicki Woods. “We’re just popping out at the seams,” she said in an interview at the library on Wednesday. “We’re a victim of our own success.”
Brentwood officials on Tuesday night approved a resolution for city staff to work with Kansas City developer Gary Hassenflu on a financing deal for his apartment project on the northwest corner of Manchester and Hanley roads.
One of three candidates for mayor of Brentwood, so far, have agreed to take part in a League of Women Voters (LWV) forum.
The Richmond Heights Memorial Library will host a Chinese New Year celebration in honor of the Year of The Rooster. The event will begin at 7 pm on Monday, January 30, 2017, at THE HEIGHTS: Richmond Heights Community Center and Memorial Library, 8001 Dale Avenue, Richmond Heights, MO.
Chavezz Campbell, 27, of Chicago, IL, was charged with identity theft and forgery in the fraudulent purchase of three iPhones at the AT&T store and Best Buy mobile store at the St. Louis Galleria on Dec. 12, 2016, according to court and police records.
As of Tuesday afternoon three candidates have filed to run for mayor of Brentwood (2-yer term) in April 2017. All are well-known.
Learn about the history of jazz, use a telescope to view the night sky, get ready for spring gardening, and more at upcoming area events.
The most read post last week was the sad news of an MRH student’s passing. The first — and so far only — person to file to run for mayor of Brentwood filed last week. Tuesday, Jan. 17 is the last day for candidates to file to run for office in Brentwood in the April election.
Frank Papa’s Ristorante, Pie Oh My and Schlafly Bottleworks were in the news last week, news from the Maplewood council meeting too.
The developer of a 6-story, 80-unit apartment building at the northwest corner of Manchester and Hanley roads in Brentwood is asking for a tax abatement due to “extraordinary site development costs” according to a city resolution the board of aldermen will consider at the board of aldermen meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
It was the last plant everywhere to lose its leaves, you’ll see it leaf out first in earliest spring. It crowds out our native bushes and young trees, swallowing up habitat for birds and pollinators.
According to court and police records, arrests were made for thefts at the Galleria, The Boulevard Saint Louis and Walmart.
Dec. 17 was the first day for candidates to file to run for office in Brentwood. Until today no one had filed for mayor — Wednesday morning Louise R. Charboneau, of 8830 Madge Avenue, became the first. Her name is on the updated sheet taped to the city clerk’s office.
Maplewood City Council on Tuesday night gave the OK, granting a conditional use permit, for 22 Company, owned by Matt Williams, to use 7263 Zephyr Place as an apartment building. The 3-story, 6-unit building was built in 1925 as apartments, but has been vacant for about six years.
Librarians at a Florida library created a fictional reader who checked out books to help them stay on the shelves — books not checked out for a long period at the library can be removed, according to the Orlando Sentinel. Maplewood Head Librarian Terry Donnelly, when asked about the scheme, said the Maplewood library has never falsified circulation records, and would never have a reason to cook the books.
A recent post promoting Maplewood Molly — Maplewood’s own Groundhog Day groundhog — prompted readers to expound on sightings of real, live groundhogs and many other creatures seen in the area.
News of restaurant openings led last week’s top posts. Brentwood’s former oak tree still had three of the top five.
Last January the chambers from Maplewood and Richmond Heights joined forces. In summer 2016 the combined chambers became the Mid County Chamber of Commerce.
Maplewood City Council on Tuesday is set to for the final vote to on an bill that would strengthen the city’s current ordinance (Chapter 10-Animals and Fowl, Section 10-2) on animals that are prohibited.
Mid County Chamber of Commerce features a different business each month. This month it’s Top Notch Violins.
An American Red Cross blood drive will be held on Feb. 2 at the Brentwood Recreation Center to honor Lily LaMartina, battling childhood leukemia at Cardinal Glennon Hospital, and Chris Leahy, Brentwood Eagle Scout also fighting leukemia.