Sunday, May 22, 2011
Expect detours on Olive between 1-3 p.m.
Sunday afternoon, the annual Creve Coeur Days Parade will take to the streets, with Creve Coeur Mayor Harold Dielmann as your Parade Marshal. It starts in front of Pulaski Bank on Olive Blvd. at 1 p.m. The route will go westbound on Olive just past Mason Rd. Once the parade is underway, Creve Coeur Police will detour eastbound Olive traffic onto Fee Fee Rd, with the expectation that traffic will be shut down between Interstate 270 and Timber Run Drive until approximately 3 p.m. Westbound traffic on Olive will be allowed depending on parade conditions. Streets south of Olive will have no access to Olive until the procession has passed that street. The Creve Coeur Days carnival opens at noon Sunday and closes at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
A roundup of the region's major developments for Friday.
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Friday, January 14, 2011
Filing deadline for the April election is Tuesday at 5pm.
For the second time in less than a calendar year, Charlotte D'Alfonso has presented city leaders signatures from Creve Coeur residents who want to give her a chance to serve on city council. On Tuesday, the Ward Three mother of three filed papers to run for office with the public voting, months after a bid to have her fill a vacant seat on the body was denied. D'Alfonso announced her intentions during the public comment portion of Monday's city council meeting. Last year, a citizen petition with hundreds of signatures urged the city to appoint her to replace David Kassander, who resigned his Ward Three seat. Mayor Harold Dielmann instead nominated Dr. Robert Hoffman to serve until the next election. A majority of the council approved the …
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Charlotte D'Alfonso used the meeting to announce her intent to run for City Council in April.
Creve Coeur City Council members took no action Monday on a pair of proposed Community Improvement Districts, or CIDs, which have drawn scrutiny from some city residents in recent weeks. With two council members absent, the remaining quorum deferred decisions on the separate plans, which would create the CIDs along two stretches of Olive Blvd. to fund utility line burial, maintenance, security and other improvements. Some residents have questioned the need for such districts in light of problems associated with Transportation Development Districts in the city. Council members did hold a public hearing and first reading of a bill that would allow for all car dealerships in the city to sell used cars only on a temporary basis in the event …