St. Louis Call Newspapers

Bill seeks to modify state public school retirement system

By Mike Anthony, Executive Editor

March 2, 2011

Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors Chairman Aaron Hilmer supports proposed legislation that would establish a defined-contribution plan in the Missouri Public School Retirement System for new employees. But Hilmer told the Missouri House Retirement Committee last week that House...

MFPD board purchases one-acre site on Tesson Ferry for new firehouse

September 30, 2009

Originally Published on: 2009-09-30 By Mike Anthony Executive Editor news1@callnewspapers.com The Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors voted unanimously last week to spend $800,000 to purchase a one-acre parcel on Tesson Ferry Road for the site of a new No. 4 firehouse. Th...

Fire district seeking dismissal of suit filed by Strinni, Fleschert

September 30, 2009

Originally Published on: 2009-09-30 By Mike Anthony Executive Editor news1@callnewspapers.com Attorneys representing the Mehlville Fire Protection District have filed a motion for summary judgment that seeks to dismiss a federal wrongful-termination lawsuit filed by two former employees. The ...

Increases range from 2 percent to 8.5 percent for Mehlville administrators

June 3, 2009

Originally Published on: 2009-06-03 By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor Mehlville School District Central Office and high school administrators will receive salary increases ranging from 2 percent to nearly 8.5 percent for the coming school year. Mehlville Board of Education members voted in closed...

Mehlville board OKs cuts for 2006-2007, establishes fee for bus transportation

March 15, 2006

Originally Published on: 2006-03-15 By Mike Anthony Executive Editor news1@callnewspapers.com Budget cuts for the 2006-2007 school year totaling nearly $2.5 million, including establishing a fee for bus transportation, were approved Friday night by the Mehlville Board of Education. The Board of Education...

City issues new RFP for Watson/Grant site

August 14, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor A new request for proposals for the Watson/Grant Redevelopment Area has been issued by the city of Crestwood. The new request for proposals comes 16 months after the city originally issued a request for proposals to redevelop the 18.79-acre site that is comprised...

Wagener to seek Democratic nomination to 85th District Missouri House

August 14, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor South county resident Jeff Wagener will seek the Democratic nomination to the 85th District Missouri House of Representatives seat currently held by Republican Jim Lembke of Lemay. Wagener, who served on the County Council for four years, told the Call he is c...

Mehlville board OKs bus routes for ‘’03-‘’04

August 7, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor Responding to state cuts in transportation aid, the Mehlville Board of Education recently approved bus routes for the 2003-2004 school year that could affect as many as 4,600 secondary students in grades sixth through 12. Board members voted unanimously l...

Crestwood voters consider sales tax increase to offset some fire protection costs

August 7, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor A quarter-cent sales tax designed to offset some of the costs of providing fire protection will be considered by Crestwood voters Tuesday, Aug. 5. If approved, the proposal, called Proposition 1, would increase the city's sales tax rate to 7.575 percent from...

Board of Aldermen unmoved by request to issue new RFP

August 7, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor The Crestwood Board of Aldermen recently appeared unmoved by a request to issue a new request for proposals for the redevelopment of the southeast corner of Watson and Grant roads. The Board of Aldermen in March voted to name Mills Properties as the preferred...

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