The Week Ahead: Chickens, A School Tax Levy & The Book Festival

A look at what's going on in and around Creve Coeur Patch this week.

Welcome to another full week of news and information at your fingertips here on Creve Coeur Patch.

Here's a sample of what we'll be following, and where and when you can find it.

Monday night, Creve Coeur's City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Among the items on the agenda include:

  • A zoning change for a.
  • Review of a citizen survey on the
  • A resolution supporting Creve Coeur's participation as a

Monday night, the Ladue School board could vote to approve language which would put a tax levy increase on the ballot in February.

The increase, is described as follows by district documents:

"$0.49 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the purpose of paying for costs of educational programs, school supplies and equipment, student transportation, employee salaries, utilities, maintaining existing facilities, and other operational expenses of the District and to eliminate fully the sales tax reduction in its operating tax levy for school purposes as provided under Section 164.013 RSMo." by supporting documents released by the district  If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to be $3.24 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for each class of property."

Patch will be at the meeting and have details and reaction Tuesday. What do you think?

Also this week, the largest Jewish book festival wraps up at the Former Major League slugger Shawn Green takes the stage Monday night, and NBC News Correspondent Martin Fletcher helps wrap things up Wednesday.

We'll be tracking the memorable soccer seasons heading into the state semifinals .

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