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Planning commission revisits rejected impervious surface/stormwater ordinance

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 22, 2022

An ordinance addressing impervious surfaces and stormwater was discussed again by the Crestwood Planning and Zoning Commission June 1.  The commission originally sent the ordinance to the Board of...

Lindbergh Board of Education passes policy changes for food, transportation and student health

Lindbergh Board of Education passes policy changes for food, transportation and student health

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 22, 2022

The Lindbergh Board of Education approved changes June 16 to a few policies, including food and transportation prices, as well as changes to the pandemic response plan. The first item approved by the...

The former Crestwood Plaza property Feb. 18.

Judge recused from Crestwood Mall lawsuit

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor June 20, 2022

The judge assigned to hear the lawsuit between the St. Louis County NAACP and Crestwood over the Crestwood Crossing development has recused themselves.  According to a June 6 docket entry on Casenet...

Crestwood City Hall

City earns ‘best possible audit opinion’

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 16, 2022

Crestwood received the best possible audit opinion May 24 after Fick, Eggemeyer and Williamson CPAs gave the city an unmodified opinion. Keith Slesser of FEW said the rating shows the city adhered to...

Dinner-goers visit 9 Mile Garden, a food truck garden in Affton July 2020.

Crestwood aldermen discuss oversight of food trucks in city neighborhoods

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 10, 2022

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen discussed the potential to allow food trucks in residential areas at a meeting May 24. Currently the city does not allow food trucks in residential areas, citing noise,...

Crestwood City Hall

Panel reviews zoning code amendments

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 9, 2022

The Crestwood Planning and Zoning Commission looked at code amendments June 1 which could have a direct impact on residents. The first change was to fence requirements in residential and commercial...

Crestwood City Hall

Feelings mixed on Crestwood’s proposed power of review statute

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 9, 2022

The Crestwood Planning and Zoning Commission had a second discussion June 1 about a proposed power of review ordinance in the city. The ordinance allows aldermen to vote to consider matters tabled by...

Crestwood City Hall

Watson Road median upgrades approved

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter June 8, 2022

Crestwood voted to move forward with a plan to upgrade medians on Watson Road May 25. The work is part of the Crestwood Crossing agreement and focuses on medians in front of the property, which should...

Lindbergh celebrates the class of 2022

June 7, 2022

Lindbergh Schools held its graduation ceremony May 31 for the Lindbergh High School class of 2022 at the Family Arena in St. Charles. There were 555 graduates, of which 412 will be going on to attend college;...

The Sappington House

Historic Saint Louis hosting summer tour Saturday across 25 sites

June 6, 2022

Historic Saint Louis is hosting a one-day event Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. where guests will have the chance to tour many of the 25 venues in the organization. The one-day tour will connect...

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