Florissant Moves To Repeal Pit Bull
Ban; Many Speak Opposing the Ban
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council took the first step in repealing the pit bull ban at its meeting this week. The ban has been the target of several citizens, who have come to the last several council meetings to request that the city reconsider it and any breed specific legislation. Many spoke and sent letters at this meeting also
Loretta LaRoche, the internationally acclaimed stress management and humor consultant, will present “Siren of Stress” at Christian Hospital’s Heart Fair on Saturday, Feb. 18. In addition to the comedy of LaRoche, there will also be presentations to raise awareness of heart disease. All lectures and presentations are between 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Tickets to Hawthorne Players’ upcoming production of A.R. Gurney’s touching and entertaining play “Love Letters” will be presented from March 31 through April 9 at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre.
The Hazelwood School District Board of Education held a special meeting on Jan. 31, to announce a board vacancy.
Per Board Policy-BBE-1, Unexpired Term Fulfillment/Vacancies, residents seeking to be appointed to fill the vacancy shall make their desire known by sending a letter to the following:
“Heroin is a deadly epidemic in our region and throughout the state,” St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger said. “Many users begin with prescription drugs. I commend Ste. Genevieve for partnering with us to combat to the rapidly growing opioid and heroin abuse in our state.”