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Code Administrator McSheehy Retires After 44 Years with City of Hazelwood

Pat McSheehy honored by the City and Mayor Matthew Robinson.

After 44-year years of service to the City of Hazelwood, Pat McSheehy, the City’s Code Administrator, retired on June 1. Hazelwood Mayor Matthew Robinson presented him with a retirement proclamation at the last City Council meeting.

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Mayor Schneider Honored With MUNI Award For Service to Region

Mayor Schneider and Council Members: Pictured (l-r) is Ward 2 Councilman Tim Jones, Ward 7 Council President Jackie Pagano, Ward 8 Councilman Robert Parson, Mayor Thomas Schneider, (with his MUNI award) Ward 5 Councilman Keith Schildroth and Ward 4 Councilman Jeff Caputa.

Mayor Schneider and Council Members: Pictured (l-r) is Ward 2 Councilman Tim Jones, Ward 7 Council President Jackie Pagano, Ward 8 Councilman Robert Parson, Mayor Thomas Schneider, (with his MUNI award) Ward 5 Councilman Keith Schildroth and Ward 4 Councilman Jeff Caputa.

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Reminder from Mayor, Police Chief: Fireworks Illegal in Florissant!

nofireworks   Over 200 people go to the emergency room on or near the fourth each year. People die from different fireworks related accidents. Small Children and Family pets can be terrorized by fireworks.

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Mark Your Calendar!

mark your calendar logoMark Your Calendar is a regular feature in The Independent News each issue. Items of a general interest from non-profit and fraternal groups will be published if received at our office by mail, fax or e-mail by 4 p.m. Friday prior to the next edition.

Thursday, June 8

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Hazelwood Lacrosse Wins Show Me Cup

    By Jim Wieners

1395780654_hazelwood_central_hawks   In 1993, the Missouri Scholastic Lacrosse Association started crowning champions for the area High School Boys Lacrosse Clubs.

In 2008, the MSLA wet to a two-division format and this year Division Two is now the Show Me Cup. Hazelwood (Central) won the first Show Me Cup nearly two weeks ago, the second MSLA championship in Boys Lacrosse history. Hazelwood, which won Division II in 2011, won the two titles at Lindenwood University’s Harlan C. Hunter Stadium — used for Football, Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse.

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Despite Setting State Track Records Hazelwood Central Girls 2nd Again

By Jim Wieners

Despite setting state records in three preliminary events, Hazelwood Central Girls Track & Field finished in second place behind Lee’s Summit West, for the second consecutive year, in Class Five State May 26-27 at Dennis and Roberta Licklider Track Complex inside Pete Adkins Stadium at Jefferson City High School.

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