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Fiscal year audit shows
City is again in excellent financial shape
At the Jan. 20 Council Meeting, the City Council approved the audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014. The audit which was performed by Hochschild, Bloom & Company LLC. showed that the City of Black Jack was again in excellent financial shape. Some Audit Highlights:
By Jim Wieners
Girls Basketball Teams at Hazelwood Central High and Incarnate Word Academy have at least 11 wins each prior to Martin Luther King Day (Jan. 19) and both teams have been on winning streaks.
Trinity High to Host Forum on
Unrest, Peace and Justice on Nov. 13
How do we talk to our children about moving through unrest to peace and justice?
This follow up event to the event held at St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Church in early October will be held Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at Trinity High School
This is the schedule and information concerning the annual Fall tree limb pick-up for the residents of the City of Black Jack.
WEEK 1: Only along both sides of Arterial Roads (Old Halls Ferry, Old Jamestown & Parker) starting Monday, Oct 27. WEEK 1 is the only week that Old Halls Ferry, Old Jamestown and Parker will be picked up
ADVANCE LIFE SUPPORT equipment is being added to pumpers in the Black Jack Fire Protection District. The new life support system was dedicated Tuesday at a ribbon cutting at fire station #3 on N. Lindbergh announcing the new service. The equipment, which includes EKG monitoring, AED and necessary drugs to sustain life during emergencies, was displayed on the first truck to receive the equipment. Funding to purchase AFS equipment, eventually for the district fire trucks, came from a 40-cent tax levy for ambulance and medical defibrillators, approved by district voters in April. Left to right are Asst. Chief Ken Corbin, a state official, Battalion Chief Brian Hokamp, paramedic Roger Ellison and Black Jack Fire District Chief Mike Gantner.« Previous Entries