Officer Steve Michael from the Florissant Police Department and some enthusiastic young readers who participated in the Largest Book Party – St. Louis
Mayor Schneider, Police Chief Lowery and members of the Florissant Police Department and Florissant Valley Fire Protection District hosted and participated in the third annual “Largest Book Party – St. Louis” at the outdoor roof of the James J. Eagan Center ice rink on Monday, Sept. 14.
The Hazelwood School District (HSD) Board of Education has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a highly qualified search firm to assist in finding a new superintendent for the district. The targeted date for the change in leadership is July, 2016.
The Ferguson Commission has opened a formal Request for Qualifications process to select a Core Intermediary. This one organization or a partnership of organizations with a designated lead is needed to provide infrastructure and support to advance the work of the Ferguson Commission.
A Boomer’s Journal
With all due respect to a certain civil rights leader, last night I had a dream.
Now, it was nothing near his noble thoughts. I have crazy dreams, such that when the lovely Jill and I greet each other in the morning with ‘hello, luv…how’d ya sleep?” I usually can respond with ‘fine, but crazy dreams.”
A 30-day comment period regarding Florissant’s Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Action Plan for the Florissant Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program will end at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015.
By Jim Wieners
McCluer North is one of 32 sites, 16 per class, that will be hosting District Girls Tennis, which begins Sept. 28 with the first round of team tournaments and end Oct. 3 with inidvidual (singles, doubles) tournament finals.