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Rotary Club to Hold Rally March 21 To Support License Office

The Rotary Club of Florissant will be celebrating 20 years of managing the Florissant License Office by hosting a community rally on Saturday, March 21, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Florissant License Office located at 620 North Highway 67.

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Florissant Approves 2nd CVS Pharmacy for city

Mayor Thomas P. Schneider has announced that on Monday, March 9, the City Council approved the rezoning of the property located at 696 & 698 N. Hwy 67 to allow for a new CVS Pharmacy, which will operate a 24-hour drive through pharmacy, retail and medical clinic.

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Judge Brockmeyer Takes Leave From Florissant Courts

Judge had earlier resigned from Ferguson and Dellwood

In response to the resignation of Judge Ronald Brockmeyer as municipal judge in Ferguson and prosecutor in Dellwood, Florissant Mayor Tom Schneider has requested that Judge Brockmeyer take a leave of absence from the city’s municipal court. Schneider said Brockmeyer has accepted the leave of absence.

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Commentary on Ferguson

North County Churches Uniting Takes New Post-Ferguson Approach

                                       By Rance Thomas

North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice (NCCU) has taken a different approach in dealing with the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting, looting, and burning that occurred in Ferguson and Dellwood. Although it has participated in many meetings, forums, and prayer services in the City of Ferguson, St. Louis, Florissant, and North County, very little concrete action has occurred as a result of these events.

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City to Buy Dick Weber Lanes for New Courthouse;

Move

The old Dick Weber Lanes on Washington will become the new city court for Florissant

The old Dick Weber Lanes on Washington will become the new city court for Florissant

Move Aimed to Alleviate Crowding

                     By Jeremy Thomas

The old Dick Webber Bowling alley at 4575 Washington St. has been an intriguing potential business building since it closed its doors in late 2014. The Florissant City Council passed a bill at their meeting last Monday that will allow a new court house to occupy the vacant building.

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Mayor Makes Another Appeal To Gov. Jay Nixon To Retain Rotary Club’s License Office

Mayor Thomas P. Schneider went to the office of Gov. Jay Nixon on Tuesday, Feb. 24 to make another personal plea urging Governor Nixon to intervene on behalf of the Rotary Club of Florissant to keep its state license office. In his appeal, Mayor Schneider noted that the state’s contract with the Florissant Rotary Club is the perfect public/non-profit partnership, with all of the profits going to help the less fortunate.

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