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With the Holiday Season approaching, the Florissant Police Department wants to warn people of scam artists attempting to take advantage of people’s generosity.
Every year, police departments from across the St. Louis area hear of incidents where con artists approach unsuspecting people with offers of a quick and easy payoff. Unfortunately, the only quick payoff is to the con artists as they steal the victim’s money.
Florissant Old Town Partners Howdy Partner program recently recognized past presidents of Old town Partners: Rosemary Davison, Geri Debo, Don Zykan, Grace Zykan, Frank Stahlschmidt and Steve Frank. Old Town Partners was formed August 26, 1996 by Rosemary Davison, Geri Debo and Mary Kay Gladbach to restore Old Town’s history and charm.
Florissant Council OKs Budget; Mayor Will Return it Unsigned
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council passed the bills that would approve the city’s budget for fiscal year 2014. However, Mayor Tom Schneider, who missed the meeting due to medical reasons, has informed the Independent News Tuesday that he will return budget bill 8961 unsigned with a “strongly worded message” to the council urging them to return the essential Public Works equipment that they removed.
Attendance Data from August, 2012 is Center of State Inquiry for F-F District
The results of a state inquirysought by the Ferguson-Florissant School Board revealed that some attendance data for the school district had been changed in August, 2012 to increase the students attendance figures. But no one was named for changing those numbers. The district received a letter from the state that showed the attendance discrepancies from data on Aug.6, 2012. State officials will work with the district to fix the attendance figures.
Local students reflect a moment of silence at the exact time President John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas on the 50th anniversary of his death.
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council last week discussed the procedure for introducing a bill appropriating funds before tabling a bill that would provide $300,000 for replacement of ball field lights and light poles on two fields in St. Ferdinand Park.« Previous Entries Next Entries »