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With construction work completed as a result of Proposition H, the Hazelwood School District will hold grand re-opening ceremonies for all three high schools. The public is invited to attend.
In November 2010, voters passed Proposition H, a $120 million dollar, no-tax increase bond issue for Hazelwood School District building updates. The projects includes new heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC) systems; new elevators; removal of asbestos; chalkboards and floor tile removal; new marker boards; new libraries at Hazelwood East and Hazelwood West high schools; new science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) labs at all three high schools and new whiteboards.
Non-profit groups looking for fund-raising opportunities, crafters wanting to sell their artwork and local businesses are some of the groups being recruited by event organizers for this year’s Hazelwood Harvestfest, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 13, at Howdershell Park.
The City of Hazelwood’s Municipal Court i participatd in the 2014 St. Louis Metropolitan Area Amnesty Project, sponsored by Better Life, Inc., in cooperation with St. Louis Community College. This program gives local citizens with misdemeanor warrants an opportunity to move past these issues by having them expunged.
Hazelwood’s Truman Park, 7029 Howdershell Road, will have one more summer concert for the season. On Aug. 23, Ground Flow Fusion will perform beginning at 7 p.m.
The summer outdoor concerts are free and open to the public. Truman Park offers a beautiful setting with a luscious green hillside in front of a newly built gazebo.
City of Hazelwood Cancels
Municipal Court for August 12
The City of Hazelwood has announced that its Municipal Court scheduled for today Tuesday, August 12, has been postponed. Due to this cancellation, no warrants will
50-Cent Levy Approved in FF School District;
One Hazelwood Proposition Wins, 1 Loses
North County voters approved tax hikes for schools in Ferguson-Florissant, for emergency services in Hazelwood and a bond issue in the Florissant Valley Fire Protection District for fire fighting equipment and apparatus. However, tax hikes of 40-cents per $100 assessed valuation for the FVFPD was defeated as was a 7 percent tax on utility use in the City of Hazelwood.« Previous Entries