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Drizzle, Cooler Weather Doesn’t Stop Old Town Fall Festival Spirit

   THE VALLEY OF FLOWERS QUEEN ALEX PHIFER and the 2014 Court were servers at the annual Chili Cookoff at held Click’s Heating & Cooling on rue St. Francois. Cook Off winners were Pam Lee, who took first place, and Laurie Lowery, who took second place.

THE VALLEY OF FLOWERS QUEEN ALEX PHIFER and the 2014 Court were servers at the annual Chili Cookoff at held Click’s Heating & Cooling on rue St. Francois. Cook Off winners were Pam Lee, who took first place, and Laurie Lowery, who took second place.

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GNC Chamber Honors Florissant at Meeting, Council OKs Police Overtime Pay

By Jeremy Thomas

The Florissant City Council received an award for the city from the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce at the council meeting Monday night. Chamber President Carolyn Marty and Chairman Jon Vogt spoke at the meeting. Vogt mentioned in his presentation that the chamber of commerce highlights one city within their eight-city coverage to recognize and promote in their monthly newsletter.

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Food Truck Night cancelled tonight, rescheduled for Oct. 16

– The Florissant Food Truck Knights, a caravan of food trucks that has been a big hit with Florissant residents, has rescheduled its October 10 event because of inclement weather. The food trucks will now return on Thursday, October 16 to 50 St. Francois Street at the intersection of St. Francois and St. Charles Street in Old Town Florissant for their final visit in 2014. The night of dining will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Along rue St. Francois on Oct. 12

2nd Sunday in October Means

it’s Old Town Fall Festival Day

What has become one of the most popular events in the region, the 17th Annual Florissant Old Town Fall Festival will be held Sunday Oct. 12 along rue St. Francois in Old Town Florissant.

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Memorial Service For Rosemary Davison

Florissant Remembers the Life

of the‘First Lady’ of Florissant

                                   by Pat Lindsey

Friends of Rosemary Davison are sharing their fondest

memories of Florissant’s “First Lady” as plans are being made for her memorial service at Old St. Ferdinand Shrine on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Davison died on Sept. 23 in Prescott, AZ shortly after moving there to be with her brother, Richard Straub.

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2% raise for most city employees

Florissant Budget For Next Fiscal Year Down Slightly

         By Carol Arnett

Florissant Mayor Tom Schneider gave his proposed $33 million budget to the city council last week. The council will hold a public hearing on the budget at the next council meeting on Monday, Oct. 13. The city’s fiscal year runs from Dec. 1 – Nov. 30.

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