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County voters to weigh half-cent sales-tax hike for police, public safety

Critics of Proposition P fear bait and switch with revenue

St. Louis County officials say a sales-tax increase set to be weighed by voters next week is the key to improving policing by the St. Louis County Police Department, while critics question how the money will be spent....more >>
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Mehlville fire board candidates square off at forum

Kolb looks to unseat Hilmer in election for MFPD board

The Mehlville Fire Protection District can either stay as it is or change, Board of Directors Chairman Aaron Hilmer and his challenger in the Tuesday, April 4, election, Jane Kolb, contended at a forum last week....more >>
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Fire departments seek tax increases in April 4 election

Voters next week to decide fate of fire district tax hikes

Fire departments across south county and in Jefferson County are seeking tax-rate increases Tuesday, April 4, citing a need for revenue to cover shortfalls from decreasing revenues, underfunded pensions and the Fenton Chrysler plant closing, among other factors....more >>
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Crestwood tax-rate increase faces organized opposition

Prop C needed to maintain services, city officials say; opponents doubtful

A group of Crestwood residents is actively opposing a proposed 45-cent tax-rate increase that voters will consider next week....more >>
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Mehlville school board candidates share their views on Mosaic Elementary, other issues

School board candidates share views on newly approved school boundaries

Four Mehlville Board of Education candidates shared their views last week on district issues, including the new school of innovation, redistricting and Mehlville's strategic plan....more >>
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Pousosa challenges Reinagel for Green Park mayor

Pousosa seeking to unseat Reinagel in mayoral contest

Former Green Park Ward 1 Alderman Tony Pousosa is challenging current Mayor Bob Reinagel in the April 4 election....more >>
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Trakas to hold first town-hall meeting Thursday

Sixth District County Councilman Ernie Trakas, R-Oakville, will conduct a town-hall meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 30, at Lemay GymStars, 210 Weiss Ave....more >>

Open house set for Great Streets Gravois

The county Department of Planning will host an open house on the next steps for the Great Streets Gravois project Wednesday, April 5....more >>
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Five Oakville High students to compete in national speech, debate tournament

After 40 hours and as many as 16 rounds of competition, Oakville High School will send five students to the National Speech and Debate Association, or NSDA, National Tournament this summer....more >>
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Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Students at St. Francis, Abiding Savior

The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Sophia Henson of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School and Tyler Grau of Abiding Savior Lutheran School as its Outstanding Students of the Month. The two were honored for their outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership they perform at their schools and in the community. Sophia and Tyler received a certificate of recognition and a gift card to a local store and the Dairy Queen on South Lindbergh Boulevard. They are pictured with their mothers, Sue Henson and Shelly Grau....more >>
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