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Black Jack Officials Designated as a Certified Municipal Official in State
Mayor Norman C. McCourt, City Clerk Karen E. Robinson, Councilman Donald Krank, Councilman Rick Steigerwald, Councilman Albert Schroeder and Councilman John Taylor of the City of Black Jack have earned the Certified Municipal Official from the Missouri Municipal League’s Municipal Governance Institute.
The State of Missouri is celebrating Local Government Week April 28 – May 4. In honor of this, Black Jack Mayor Norm McCourt, host of the National Award Winning TV Series City Limits, has produced a half hour TV documentary that highlights the impact of local, state and federal government on the community.
The show features interviews with state reps, state senators and local municipal leaders speaking on how they interact with local citizens. The show can be seen on the Gateway Television News Network on Charter Channel 994 or AT&T U-Verse on Channel 99 and can be watched on video on demand at www.gtntv.com.
Within the next several months, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will be removing two traffic signals on Route 67 (Lindbergh) near Jamestown Mall. MoDOT indicates that traffic levels on the roadway there no longer require a traffic signal.
The Spanish Lake Community Association will host its Spring Town Hall Meeting from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on April 8, 2013, at Trinity High School, 1720 Redman Road. The meeting will feature performances from students attending Hazelwood School District (HSD) schools.
City of Black Jack Councilman Donald Krank was recently selected as a Board Member to the Missouri Municipal League for the 2013/14 year.
The City of Black Jack is proud to announce that Councilman Donald Krank has been appointed to serve as a member of the Missouri Municipal League Board for the 2013/14 year. Don has been a Black Jack City Councilman for the past 14 years serving Ward 1 and is the City Council Liaison on the Safety and Loss Prevention Committee and has served on the MML Municipal Administration & Intergovernmental Relations Committee for the past 5 years.
The City of Black Jack City Council joined several other local municipalities in passing an ordinance regulating funeral protests.
Ordinance 1049 states, no person shall picket or engage in other protest activities, nor shall any association or corporation cause picketing or other protest activities to occur within three hundred (300) feet of any residence, cemetery, funeral home, church, synagogue, or other establishment during or within one (1) hour before or one (1) hour after the conducting of any actual funeral or burial service at that place.« Previous Entries Next Entries »