By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council held a first reading on a bill that would raise salaries for city employees at their meeting last week. Although there was no discussion on the bill at the meeting, the council had discussed it at the previous meeting, when Police Chief Tim Lowery, a member of the committee formed to study city pay, reported on the committee’s findings.
By Jim Wieners
AN Eagles 16 (and under) Baseball are off to a 13-6 start as of June 23, and that does not include a scheduled June 10 game against Edwardsville 15, and a 9-1 record against St. Louis Amateur Baseball Association 16 puts the Eagles 16 on top of SLABA 16.
Florissant will celebrate on the grounds of the James J. Eagan Civic Center at Florissant Valley Park.
Festivities begin with an outdoor concert by the Northwinds Concert Band at 7:30 p.m. The fireworks will start after the concert at dusk.
Florissant Old Town Partners is hosting their annual July Flea and Farmers Market on Saturday, July 19 at the Knights of Columbus Grounds and Pavilion. Shops on rue St. Francois will be open for their usual Saturday hours.
Following a decision by the State of Missouri to replace the unaccredited Normandy School District with the newly formed Normandy School Collaborative on July 1, the Ferguson-Florissant School District has announced it will return transfer students to Normandy.