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Charter Commission eyes boroughs, municipal governance reform

The St. Louis County Charter Commission is moving toward development of an entirely new county charter, commissioners indicated during their March 28 meeting. Commission Chairman...

Richmond Heights would face $5.5 million deficit under merger

A proposed merger of St. Louis city and county would result in a $5.5 million annual budget deficit for the City of Richmond Heights,...

Board of Freeholders drive underway to circumvent statewide merger vote

The Municipal League of Metro St. Louis has begun circulating petitions to convene a Board of Freeholders, in response to what the league considers...

SSM Health St. Mary’s gets a “B”

SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital received a "B" grade in the Spring 2018 Leapfrog Group national hospital safety ratings.  While a B rating is obviously good,...

RH Council approves townhouse development

The Richmond Heights City Council Monday night (March 21) gave final approval for the new Central Park Townes residential development, near the Metro-Link tracks...

Public-private partnership eyed for Hanley/I-64 development

The planned new Crossings at Richmond Heights hotel, restaurant and retail complex on the southeast corner of I-64/U.S. 40 and Hanley Road would be...

Townhouse complex nears approval, Menards out-lot businesses OK’d

Development of the planned new Central Park Townes residential complex, in the Lavina Terrace subdivision, drew another step closer Monday night (March 7), as...

Richmond Heights Council tables Boulevard TIF

The Richmond Heights City Council Monday night tabled redevelopment plans and a tax-increment financing (TIF) package for the proposed Boulevard South commercial-residential development, to...

Boland Place apartments approved

The Richmond Heights City Council Monday night (Feb. 1) gave final approval to a rezoning request and development plan for the Residences at Boland...

Plan for “Ritz-Carlton” grade apartments continues to raise ire in second public hearing

The Richmond Heights City Council Tuesday night gave a formal first reading to a rezoning request and development plan for a proposed 203-unit, upscale...

Boland Place again on RH City Council agenda

Richmond Heights City Council will hear a presentation by I.L.I., LLC on a proposed 203-unit apartment complex at Boland and Dale – as well...

Richmond Heights residents voice concern over apartment plans

An overflow crowd of Boland Place/Arch Terrace-area residents turned out to express concern Monday night (Jan. 4) as the Richmond Heights City Council prepared...

Survey gives Richmond Heights high marks

Richmond Heights residents continue to rate their city favorably as a place to live, work, shop, and raise families, according to municipality’s 2015 National...

Richmond Heights approves liquor license for new comedy club

The Richmond Heights City Council, Monday night (Nov. 16), approved issuance of a liquor license for a comedy club, currently under construction at the...

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