The St. Charles County Council will meet Monday, Oct. 24. For a copy of the agenda, click the link below:
October 24, 2016 reg mtg.pdf
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The St. Charles County Police Department provided the following report regarding police incidents within the city limits of New Melle for the month of Sept. 2016.
By Dianne Sudbrock
The New Melle Board of Aldermen met Tuesday, Oct. 11 at City Hall. The mayor and all four aldermen were present along with the City Clerk, City Attorney, City Engineer and Building Inspector.
Agreement Extends Supplemental Foods, Nutrition Education Program through 2016
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO – The St. Charles County Department of Public Health announced today that it has renewed its contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services to continue operating the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program through 2017. St. Charles County’s WIC program provides specific supplemental foods and nutrition education at no cost to qualifying families.
This past spring and summer, finding a dry day was about as hard as picking the winning lottery ticket. So it seemed at least to the construction crews working on the new Shooting Range on the August A. Memorial Conservation Area. As you might imagine, frequent rains and wet ground made progress difficult during the early season. It’s mighty hard to move big machines in mud! Thankfully things have since dried out as we returned to more normal weather in late summer, and crews were able to rally.
Alex Crump came to SCC to change his life. Now a scholarship recipient and student employee at St. Charles Community College, he’ll be the first to tell you it worked.
Source: Brad Fresenburg, University of Missouri Extension
COLUMBIA, Mo. – If you hate raking and bagging leaves, University of Missouri Extension horticulturist Brad Fresenburg has good news for you.
Put your rake and bag away. Get out your mower and go to town.
Fresenburg says mowing leaves is good for the environment. It also takes less time, returns nutrients to the soil and reduces costs.
Source: Donna Aufdenberg, University of Missouri Extension
MARBLE HILL, Mo. – Feed your garden and it will feed you.
The past two years left some wondering if their garden has gotten old, tired and worn out, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist Donna Aufdenberg.