I was so excited to sit and watch the Rams on the national stage on Monday night. I gave the kids a bath, did the dishes, and sat with a bowl of ice cream. I was in heaven.
By Jeremy Thomas
The Florissant City Council received an award for the city from the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce at the council meeting Monday night. Chamber President Carolyn Marty and Chairman Jon Vogt spoke at the meeting. Vogt mentioned in his presentation that the chamber of commerce highlights one city within their eight-city coverage to recognize and promote in their monthly newsletter.
The Ferguson-Florissant School District’s Board of Education recently approved the formation of the
Ferguson-Florissant Foundation for Education (FFFE), which will focus on enhancing community support and expanding resources that enrich teaching, inspire learning, and maximize opportunities for all district students.
A task force is being formed in the Ferguson-Florissant School District to consider what the focus will be for a proposed $20 million bond issue that will be sought in the district next April.
– The Florissant Food Truck Knights, a caravan of food trucks that has been a big hit with Florissant residents, has rescheduled its October 10 event because of inclement weather. The food trucks will now return on Thursday, October 16 to 50 St. Francois Street at the intersection of St. Francois and St. Charles Street in Old Town Florissant for their final visit in 2014. The night of dining will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.