Approximately 50 residents got involved in their city government at Maplewood’s first ever town hall meeting Tuesday night in the council chambers. It was organized to bring out residents’ concerns on topics such as traffic and parking, housing, public safety and parks.
A call has been issued for artists from across the St. Louis area to submit proposals for a public art installation that will be featured as part of the Maplewood Transit Stop Transformation project, located at the corner of Manchester Road and Marshall Avenue.
Or more accurately “That Was.” A comment from reader and county historian Esley Hamilton in my last post started me thinking that I could generate another post with a minimum of struggle by elaborating on his comment some.
Carvana Co., an e-commerce automotive seller that specializes in multistory vending machines for cars, will be asking the Richmond Heights City Council on Tuesday for a permit to construct a 93-foot tall, 10-tier building at 1201 S. Brentwood Boulevard.
The Maplewood Richmond Heights School District Board of Education on Thursday agreed to ask voters to approve $30 million dollars in bond sales to pay for brick-and-mortar improvements district-wide, MRH reported. The request does not require a change in the current tax rate in order to repay the bonds.
I’m sure no one would be surprised to hear that the rediscovery of the history of our small inner ring suburb involves keeping track of very many different bits of info gotten from a wide variety of sources. Roughly three times a month I attempt to gather in a single post many of these randomly acquired bits that are somehow related to one another.
Food of Latin America is coming to a new Maplewood restaurant, Asador Del Sur, in the former home of Reeds American Table, Sauce reports. Look for fresh seafood and grilled meat. Also, more on the woman who fell asleep in a Richmond Heights mattress store.