Florissant Director of Public Works Lou Jearls is asking residents to clean up their yards.
He notes that we have had a nice mix of sunshine and rain this past spring and now into the summer. However, along with this blessing we have grass to cut, weeds to pull, and with the warmer weather, we will have mosquitoes.
The Saint Louis County Department of Health is now offering walk-in school physicals and immunizations at its John C. Murphy Health Center every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
“It may seem like summer only just started,” said Dr. Dolores J. Gunn, director of the department, “but the next school year is just around the corner. By providing walk-in school immunizations and physicals, we’re hoping to help parents beat the end-of-summer rush.”
Last of Public Meetings on Propositions July 26
Employees of the City of Hazelwood are inviting local residents to a special community event called “See Our Services” on Saturday, July 19, at Howdershell Park, 6810 Howdershell Road, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The employees will be showing some of the equipment they use to provide first-class municipal services and sharing with residents what it takes to maintain the quality of these services on a daily basis.
The City of Hazelwood will be hosting three community informational meetings on Propositions U & S for local residents. These events are set for the following dates, locations and times: July 14 – Civic Center East, 8969 Dunn Road, 7 p.m.; July 16 – City Hall, 415 Elm Grove Lane, 12 Noon; and July 26 – Hazelwood Community Center, 1186 Teson Road, 9 a.m.
The annual Family Fishing Tournament that is sponsored by the Florissant Parks & Recreation Department and Florissant Youth Advisory Commission was another success. The annual event was held this past Saturday at the Lake at St. Ferdinand Park. It was a picture perfect day and a great time was held by all. Mayor Schneider was on hand with the Florissant Cable TV crew to document this event and the Mayor tried to obtain the key to Kaylynn Michael’s success at catching fish on camera but she politely smiled a confident smile and declined to reveal her angler secrets.
Operation Food Search, FEAST Magazine and more than 70 top local restaurants are partnering for a delicious restaurant campaign throughout the entire month of July. Participating restaurants have each created a special tomato-inspired dish to feature on their menu. Each time the dish is sold during this month-long campaign, Operation Food Search will receive a share of the proceeds to nourish hungry families. For a list of restaurants and their Tomato Explosion dishes, visit www.OperationFoodsearch.org or www.feaststl.com.