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Florissant Council Delays Denny’s Remodeling Over Inside Paint Issue

 

By Carol Arnett

The Florissant City Council held two public hearings at the May 11th meeting. The first was a request by Sunrise Restaurant, doing business as Denny’s Restaurants, to renovate the restaurant at 2924 N. Hwy. 67. The second was a request to amend a special use permit to expand Bent-Wood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center nursing home at 1501 Charbonier Rd. by 20 more beds.

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NCCS Advanced History Class Joins in Civil War Reenactment

Members of the Advanced History Class include Craig Biernbaum, Brooke Gomez, Mia Gullet, Wyatt Harman, Austin Johnson, Tony Lanzone, Josh Mabins, Caleb Nicks, Wyn Reddy, and Brandyn Robinson. The trip was supervised by teacher Rick Montgomery, plus Lonnie Schoonover and Brie Minniear.

Members of the Advanced History Class include Craig Biernbaum, Brooke Gomez, Mia Gullet, Wyatt Harman, Austin Johnson, Tony Lanzone, Josh Mabins, Caleb Nicks, Wyn Reddy, and Brandyn Robinson. The trip was supervised by teacher Rick Montgomery, plus Lonnie Schoonover and Brie Minniear.

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Co-Chairs of Ferguson Commission Support Municipal Court Reform Bill

Ferguson Commission Urges Nixon

To Sign Municipal Court Reform Bill

 

Rev. Starsky Wilson and Rich McClure, Co-Chairs of the Ferguson Commission, have issued a statement urging Governor Nixon to sign Senate Bill 5, which deals with municipal court reform. The reforms in the bill are in response to public outcry against what has been seen as systemic injustices in municipal court practices. They also reflect the findings of the Commission’s working group on municipal courts and governance, which is co-chaired by Commissioner Traci deVon Blackmon and Commissioner T.R. Carr, Jr. The bill specifically addresses court actions regarding outstanding warrants, excessive fines and confinement for minor non-traffic related municipal ordinance violations.

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North County Churches Uniting Plan Breakfast Saturday, May 20

   North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice (NCCU) is holding its second breakfast meeting on May 20 at 9 a.m. at John Knox Presbyterian Church, 13200 New Halls Ferry Rd.  All mayors, police officials and clergy in North County are invited.  This meeting will be to discuss ways in which the police and the churches can partner to improve the relationship between the police and the community.

Speakers will be Chief Jon Belmar of the St. Louis County Police Department and Mr. Bill Wilkerson, former long time co-host of KMOX radio and announcer for the MIZZOU Tigers football team.

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North County Churches Uniting Hold Breakfast on Saturday, May 20

North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice (NCCU) is holding its second breakfast meeting on May 20 at 9 a.m. at John Knox Presbyterian Church, 13200 New Halls Ferry Rd.  All mayors, police officials and clergy in North County are invited.  This meeting will be to discuss ways in which the police and the churches can partner to improve the relationship between the police and the community.

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New Assistant Principals Named for McCluer, McCluer North for 2015-16

The Ferguson-Florissant School District Board of Education has approved David Arledge and Courtney Ford as assistant principals of McCluer High School and Walter Collie as assistant principal of McCluer North High School for the 2015-16 academic year.

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