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August 20, 2014

New superintendent to lead strategic-plan process for Mehlville

District receives three bids in response to request for strategic-plan consultant

With new leadership and a new school year underway, the Mehlville Board of Education is looking to make some significant changes so that the district operates more strategically, starting Thursday....more >>
August 20, 2014

Lindbergh board corrects error in salary increases

Despite approval of salary correction, workshop slated after Call's press time

The Lindbergh Board of Education voted 5-2 last week to correct an error and grant higher 2014-2015 salary increases for two employee groups....more >>
August 20, 2014

Sunset Hills aldermen end longtime employee practice

Tradition a morale-booster, department heads contend

Traditionally, Sunset Hills mayors have allowed city employees to leave City Hall several hours early on regular business days before holidays, but in the future, employees will work during all the city's posted hours of business....more >>
August 20, 2014

Grand jury begins hearing evidence in shooting of Ferguson teen

St. Louis County politics go national

It seemed there was nothing going on in St. Louis County government last week other than investigating and responding to the Aug. 9 killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white Ferguson police officer, a case that has been the top national news story for the past week....more >>
August 20, 2014

Crestwood aldermen move ahead with Charter proposal

If OK'd by board, measure would appear on April ballot

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted 5-3 last week to have City Attorney Lisa Stump draft an ordinance for a proposed Charter amendment that would ask voters to place the city clerk's position under the supervision of aldermen....more >>
August 20, 2014

Call celebrates its 25th anniversary of serving south county

After 25 years, Call continues to thrive both in print, online

This week, Call Publishing marks the 25th anniversary of the newspaper's first issue — which almost didn't happen....more >>
August 13, 2014
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With Stenger primary victory, Dooley era coming to an end

Stenger, Stream now slated to meet in November election

One thing is certain after last week's Democratic primary for county executive: The Charlie Dooley era in St. Louis County is nearing an end....more >>
August 13, 2014

Ferguson police officer who shot teen a Crestwood resident

Officer's name released after week of pressure from Michael Brown's family

The Ferguson police officer who sparked a national conversation on police force and race when he shot an unarmed teenager last week lives in Crestwood — but contrary to the expectations of some after the release of the officer's name, things have been calm in Crestwood despite tensions running high again in Ferguson last night....more >>
August 13, 2014

Sierra Club's anti-coal resolution unanimously rejected by Mehlville school board

Felton made original request for proposal to be on agenda

After listening to a debate between representatives of Ameren Missouri and the Sierra Club last week, the Mehlville Board of Education unanimously rejected the Sierra Club's anti-coal resolution....more >>
August 13, 2014

Hearings set on proposed subdivisions

Oakville, Concord proposals eyed by planning panel

The county Planning Commission is scheduled to hear three requests for new development in south county at its next public hearing, including proposals for new subdivisions in Oakville and Concord....more >>
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