Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Patch rounds up local job listings to help you on your search.
On the lookout for a job for you or someone else? Patch scoped out a few listings for employers hiring in the area. Who's Hiring: Danforth Plant Science Center What: Communications Coordinator Where: Creve Coeur Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: Lutheran Senior Services What: Dining Service Supervisor Where: Webster Groves Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: Greentree Pharmacy What: Pharmacy Technician Where: Kirkwood Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: St. Louis County Library What: Coordinator of Custodial Services Where: Frontenac Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: Randstad What: Quality Control Manager/Engineer Where: …
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
A library spokeswoman said the work, both indoors and out, would be done in a few weeks.
Visitors to the Thornhill Branch of the St. Louis County Library may notice some work dust. Workers are covering a leaky skylight and replacing old concrete at the facility while also adding more greenspace on the site. A spokeswoman told Patch the work is not related to work outlined in the library system's Master Plan, which recommends a replacement of the building on the existing library site. Library events are continuing uninterrupted while repairs are made over the next few weeks.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
The tax increase is the first one in 30 years for the St. Louis County Library system.
St. Louis County voters approved a 6-cent tax increase for the St. Louis County Public Library system in Tuesday’s election, with approximately 57 percent of the votes favoring the measure. “We are proud that the voters of the library district had confidence in our vision for taking the St. Louis County Library into the future to benefit our children, families and seniors,” said Library Director Charles Pace, in a message thanking voters. “The County Library is already one of the finest and most used libraries in the nation and, with these new resources, we will strive to make it the best." The challenge now will be for the Library’s Board of Trustees to decide which improvements are more critical and need immediate attention. The tax …