Crestwood

Kennedy takes office as Crestwood’s new mayor

Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. After former Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby resigned June 8 for health reasons, Ward 4 Alderman Tony Kennedy, who had served as president of the Board of Aldermen for a little more than a month, took over as acting mayor. Kennedy took the oath of office from City Clerk Helen Ingold

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Crestwood to give away tree seedlings

Street trees are beautiful, and good for the environment, but they come with a downside: Their roots. Roots cause problems for city sidewalks, lifting up the slabs and creating tripping hazards for pedestrians. This summer, Crestwood is kicking off a major project to repair broken and displaced sidewalks. Nearly 20,000 square feet of damaged city

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Rain can’t stop the Crestwood Easter Egg Scramble

Photos by Bill Milligan. Children lined up for the annual Easter Egg Scramble at the Crestwood Community Center Saturday, eager to find their eggs despite bad weather forcing the event inside instead of its usual location in Whitecliff Park. The city of Crestwood’s Easter Egg Scramble at the Community Center in Whitecliff Park was moved

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Crestwood seeks to revamp zoning codes

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor news3@callnewspapers.com The city of Crestwood hired a familiar company last week to take the lead on rewriting the city zoning code, a project also currently underway in Sunset Hills.      The Board of Aldermen voted 7-1 at its March 27 meeting to hire PGAV to rewrite the code for

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