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Crestwood City Hall may get renovated after flood damage

Crestwood City Hall may get renovated after flood damage

October 9, 2019

By Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com Crestwood City Hall may get a renovation along with the repairs required after flooding caused an estimated $250,000 of damage. The Government Center will be a construction zone for the “foreseeable future” as restoration and renovat...

Lindbergh may avoid seventh elementary school with Magna Visual buy

Lindbergh may avoid seventh elementary school with Magna Visual buy

September 11, 2019

By Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com Lindbergh Schools says that its purchase of another landmark property in South County could prevent it from having to one day build a seventh elementary school — but not everyone in Crestwood is happy that the district bought a key ...

Judge rules for Affton in Crestwood’s fire lawsuit

Judge rules for Affton in Crestwood’s fire lawsuit

December 20, 2018

A judge ruled against Crestwood in its lawsuit against the Affton Fire Protection District last week, rejecting every argument that the city raised in its battle to stop paying the fire district for fire service for annexed residents. Cole County Circuit Court Judge Jon Beetem ruled Dec. 12 that two state laws ...

Crestwood and Affton get their days in court

Crestwood and Affton get their days in court

November 15, 2018

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com A judge could soon rule on the lawsuit between the city of Crestwood and the Affton Fire Protection District, after the case got its day in court this fall. Crestwood filed a lawsuit in May 2017 in Cole County Circuit Court challenging th...

Lindbergh not taking position on mall yet, will wait and see on Walpert proposal

Lindbergh not taking position on mall yet, will wait and see on Walpert proposal

September 19, 2018

Mount Crestwood at the mall site in June, before bulldozers started bringing down the leftover dirt mounds. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com As the announcement last week of a possible restart of new development at the former Crestwood m...

Crestwood honors Roby with state, local resolutions for his service as city’s mayor

September 6, 2018

The city of Crestwood honored former Mayor Gregg Roby’s service to the city with a resolution of its own last month, along with resolutions from the Missouri Legislature and Christmas in Crestwood. Roby resigned as mayor after four years June 8 due to health reasons from his battle with cancer. T...

Three candidates file to run for mayor in Crestwood November special race

Three candidates file to run for mayor in Crestwood November special race

August 29, 2018

The special election for Crestwood mayor will be a three-way contest between Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie and two newcomers to city government. Filing closed last week for the Nov. 6 election, which will be a rare November race for Crestwood mayor due to the June resignation of former Mayor Gregg Roby for ...

So far, Grant Mabie is only candidate to file for Crestwood mayor; filing continues through Aug. 21

So far, Grant Mabie is only candidate to file for Crestwood mayor; filing continues through Aug. 21

July 26, 2018

Above: Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie and others elected in the April election are sworn in by City Clerk Helen Ingold. So far, Crestwood has just one candidate for its special election for mayor in November to replace former Mayor Gregg Roby, who resigned in June due to health reasons. The special ele...

Crestwood aldermen bring back BBQ competition

Crestwood aldermen bring back BBQ competition

July 7, 2018

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen will be hosting the second annual Crestwood Aldermen BBQ Competition July 14 in Whitecliff Park. This community-wide backyard barbecue competition is a great way for residents to interact with their aldermen, neighbors and friends, all while enjoying delicious barbec...

Kennedy takes office as Crestwood’s new mayor

Kennedy takes office as Crestwood’s new mayor

June 22, 2018

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 Hel...

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