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The owners of the new Culver’s planned at 955 N. Lindbergh have announced that a ground breaking ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4
Craig Culver, co-founder and CEO of the restaurant chain, franchise owners, Jim Shelton and Gary and Jill Beres, representatives from the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce and local city dignitaries will be on hand to break ground for the new restaurant. The Beres also own Culver’s restaurants in Waukesha, WI and in Columbia and St. Robert, MO.
Florissant to collect $10 for each municipal ordinance violation
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council passed a bill Monday night allowing the municipal court to collect $10 for each municipal ordinance violation. The money will be used to for land, construction, maintenance and upkeep of a municipal courthouse.
Business Fund set up
By Pat Lindsey
For the past 37 years, North County, Inc. has represented the 375,000 residents of North County in economic development. As president and CEO of that organization, Rebecca Zoll takes the duties outlined in her job description very seriously. And with the recent upheaval in Ferguson, Zoll and NCI are now taking on new responsibilities, including fundraising to help Ferguson area businesses hurt by the vandalism and closings.
The Dining Divas
By Lisa Kampeter
We were lucky. It was one of those mild summer nights we’d had this season. Cool enough to hang outside, warm enough to go for a dip. And with the Arch of Cabo San Lucas as our backdrop and music making us feel like dancing queens, this was the perfect setting for a different kind of Dining Divas. Instead of going to a restaurant, we brought the restaurants to us. It was a Dining Divas Taste of Florissant (or close).
The City of Florissant, along with Florissant Old Town Partners, will be hosting a plaque dedication and will be unveiling a plaque in honor of the late Hall of Fame bowler and businessman Dick Weber.
This year marks the 800th anniversary of the birth of King Louis IX of France, also known as St. Louis and the namesake of our city now celebrating its own 250th anniversary. In honor of the feast day of St. Louis, the archbishop of Reims, France, site of King Louis IX’s coronation, will visit the Old St. Ferdinand Shrine in Florissant at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 26.« Previous Entries Next Entries »