By Jeremy Thomas
Two new popular restaurants will soon be coming to Florissant. The Florissant City Council last week held public hearing in which they heard from the two restaurants’ spokesmen and gave first readings to two bills for approval.
With tensions high among all parties including the police, the protestors, and government officials awaiting the pending decision by the county grand jury on the Michael Brown shooting, one important community structure has remained constant—and that’s the North County churches.
The Florissant Parks and Recreation Department will hold a Christmas House Decorating Contest this year.
Applications are free to Florissant Residents and will be available beginning Monday, Nov. 24 at the James J. Eagan Center, JFK Community Center and Florissant City Hall.
The Ferguson-Florissant School District’s Board of Education honored the achievements of students, staff and community members at its monthly board meeting.
The following individuals were honored:
McCluer High School student Anitra Adams was recently named Outstanding Participant in the National Achievement Scholarship program. She scored in the top three percent of the 160,000 African-American students who took the exam.
In anticipation of an active winter season, the City of Hazelwood purchased 2,250 tons of salt at a rate of $62 a ton through a co-op program with other municipalities. Plans are to mix sand with the salt to make the supply last longer and to save the city some money.