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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.
Below is schedule and information concerning the annual Spring tree limb pick-up for the residents of the City of Black Jack.
- East of Old Halls Ferry – April 1, 2013 First Week
The City of Black Jack City Council recently passed Ordinance #1045, which allows residents to keep fowl on their property pursuant to certain regulations. The Mayor and City Council worked with the residents to amend a 10- year-old ordinance.
The City of Black Jack teamed up with Jamestown Mall and the St. Louis County Police Department to bring the holidays to the Children of North County, as children visited the Holiday Celebration in Center Court at Jamestown Mall. Children enjoyed visiting with Santa and getting pictures taken. The highlight of the event was the drawing for 5 bicycles, 4 scooters, 2 tricycles, sporting equipment and much more, all personally donated by Mayor Norm McCourt and members of the Black Jack City Council. The event, which is held annually, continues to grow every year and is open to children of all residents of North County. Mayor Norm McCourt said” It is very gratifying to see the smiles on the children’s faces as they receive a gift, this is what the season is all about and why we do this event.” The next event for the City of Black Jack will be the Children’s Eggstravaganza, visit www.cityofblackjack.com to learn more.