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By Carol Arnett
There may soon be three new businesses near the Lindbergh – New Halls Ferry intersection. The Florissant City Council held a public hearing Monday night on a proposal for the area and will hold a final vote on the plan at the next meeting.
Will collect canned food donations for TEAM
The Florissant Food Truck Knights, a caravan of food trucks that was a big hit with Florissant residents last year, is returning to 50 St. Francois Street at the intersection of St. Francois and St. Charles Street in Old Town Florissant for four visits this year. The first night of dining will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 23.
The City of Florissant invites all senior citizens, both residents and non-residents, to enjoy an evening of dancing on Friday, April 25, from 7 – 10 p.m. at the James J. Eagan Center.
Mayor Thomas P. Schneider recently announced that this year’s electronic recycle event was another success. An over-flow crowd came to the event, held Saturday April 5th in St. Ferdinand Park, to recycle all of their electronics, including TVs, computer equipment, stereos and household appliances.
City of Florissant, O’Fallon, and St. Louis County Begin Joint Fair Housing Study; Florissant Public Meeting April 8
The City of Florissant Office of Community Development, along with the City of O’Fallon and St. Louis County, will begin a series of public meetings on April 8 as a part of the preparation of a new study. This study, “Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice,” is required by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development as a condition for the three entitlement communities to receive Community Development Block Grant funding.
In response to a recent visit by the State of Missouri’s Department of Agriculture and its Division of Animal Health, the City of Florissant revised its requirement for vaccination of dogs and cats put up for adoption by the Florissant Health Department.« Previous Entries