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Hazelwood Cancels Halloween event

Hazelwood Budget Cuts

Effect Rec Centers Hours

        The City of Hazelwood put two tax referendums on the August 5th ballot to create a stream of revenue to help offset its $1.42 million dollar budget deficit. Proposition S passed with a favorable vote of 60 percent; however, Proposition U failed with a favorable vote of 44 percent. Hazelwood needed both of them to pass. Since only one was approved by local voters, the City Council has been forced to make more deep cuts in the budget.

A city spokesman said there is no way these depths of cuts can be made without damaging the quality of municipal services such as recreation, fire, police, street maintenance, code enforcement, leaf vaccuuming and snow removal. Attempts have been made to make these cuts as painless as possible.

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Hazelwood Seeks Funds To Continue Bus Service

The popular senior bus service will continue at least until Nov. 1 in the City of Hazelwood as city officials search for funding to continue the service longer. The bus service was spared from $725,00 in budget cuts for the current fiscal year made during last week’s city council meeting.

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Miss Hazelwood Crowned

2014 Miss Hazelwood. pg 8Briana Barr, a Hazelwood West High School junior who was selected as Miss Hazelwood 2014 at Harvestfest on Sept. 13. Her sponsor was Sue Young Hong, DDS. Briana is very active in sports. She plays Varsity Volleyball in the Fall and Varsity Lacrosse in the spring. During the winter season, she manages the girl’s basketball team and plays select volleyball for the North County Aces. She also enjoys participating in Special Olympic, Student Council, Pep Club, Freshman Orientation, and many other activities that benefit her community. During the summer, she worked as a lifeguard at Hazelwood’s Aquatic Center.

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2014 Miss Hazelwood

MISS HAZELWOOD CROWNED: Briana Barr, a Hazelwood West High School junior who was selected as Miss Hazelwood 2014 at Harvestfest on Sept. 13. Her sponsor was Sue Young Hong, DDS. Briana is very active in sports. She plays Varsity Volleyball in the Fall and Varsity Lacrosse in the spring. During the winter season, she manages the girl’s basketball team and plays select volleyball for the North County Aces. She also enjoys participating in Special Olympic, Student Council, Pep Club, Freshman Orientation, and many other activities that benefit her community. During the summer, she worked as a lifeguard at Hazelwood’s Aquatic Center.

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DWI sobriety checkpoint Aug. 29-31 in Hazelwood

From mid-August through Labor Day, the Hazelwood Police Department (HPD) will be out in force conducting saturation patrols and a DWI sobriety checkpoint as part of the annual nationwide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” crackdown on drunk driving. The HPD will be conducting a DWI sobriety checkpoint during the weekend of Aug. 29-31 at an undisclosed location within the city.

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Booth Space Available for Non-Profit Groups, Crafters, Vendors at Hazelwood Harvestfest

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.

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