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Jamestown Mall Project Website Launched

   St. Louis County has launched an informational website on the Jamestown Mall Project. St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger unveiled the website to keep residents up-to-date on the latest developments on the Jamestown Mall redevelopment project. The website also provides a forum for citizens to voice comments and concerns as the project moves forward.

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Hazelwood District School Board to Hold Budget Hearing June 12

The Hazelwood School District Board of Education will hold its annual budget hearing on Monday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the district’s Administration Building, 15955 New Halls Ferry Road, Florissant, 63031, in the board room.

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North Star Boy Scouts Present the ‘Good Scout’ Award To Dick Schul

R. J. “Dick” Schul

R. J. “Dick” Schul

The North Star Boy Scout District recently honored R.J. “Dick” Schul, Emerson Group vice president, at the “Community for Scouting Dinner. The event was held at the Ferguson Brewing Company with a cocktail reception and dinner. Over 100 community leaders attended to honor Schul. Dick was the North County Friends of Scouting chairman for six years and the North Star district chairman. Today he is still active with the North Star District on the Friends of Scouting committee.

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Florissant May 8th Council Meeting: Flooding Fears

Paddock Hills Residents Fear Rising Water Whenever it Pours

By Carol Arnett

Several frustrated residents came to the Florissant City Council on May 8 to talk about sewer backups during the recent rains. Residents mostly spoke about the recent sewer backups in the Paddock Hills area. Some mentioned that it seems to be getting worse ech time we have heavy extended rains and they feared that it would continue to worsen.

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Florissant Police Pay Raise Follows Passage of Prop P in St. Louis County

The Florissant City Council at its meeting on Tuesday, May 9, unanimously passed an ordinance raising pay for members of the Florissant Police Department. Uniformed personnel will transition into the new pay plan with the City’s 2018 fiscal year effective December 1.

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Community Remembers Grace Zykan

Active in Florissant Her Entire Life

Grace Zykan

Grace Zykan

North County lost one of its most beloved and respected citizens this past week when Grace Zykan died after a brief battle with leukemia. Affectionately known as “Amazing Grace” to her friends and family, she was an adored wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, and great grandmother, dear friend, and successful businesswoman. She would have been 85 in June and lived in Florissant her entire life.

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