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St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department Offers Fun Summer Camps For Kids

St. Charles County, Missouri – Are you looking for a unique, affordable camp for your children this summer? The St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department has a variety of exciting summer camps scheduled at a park near you! Whether it’s a single-night campout, a day or week-long camp for nature, fishing, extreme sports or history, there are summer programs for children of all ages and interests.

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Cuivre River Electric announces Youth Tour winners

“Voluntary and Open Membership” is the cooperative principle that won the hearts of most finalists in Cuivre River Electric Cooperative’s 48th Annual Youth Tour Final Competition on April 20. Twelve local students presented their essays touting “My Favorite Cooperative Principle” with judges and guests attending the event.

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New Melle Board of Aldermen Special Meeting and Work Session Agenda April 26


The New Melle Board of Aldermen will hold a Special Meeting and Work Session on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 starting at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The tentative agenda included the following. 

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

Mayor Rich West Alderman Janet Karrenbrock

Alderman Doug Bice Alderman Don Hendrich

Alderman Nik Bradley City Clerk Karen Hotfelder

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. Certify the April 5, 2016 Election Results
  2. Swear In the New Elected Officials
  3. Update on City Hall Maintenance – City Clerk Hotfelder
  4. Review 2013 Audit
  5. Discuss Report from City Attorney Regarding Cell Tower Revised Lease Terms

ADJOURNMENT

WORK SESSION

  1. Furniture for City Hall – Board Table and Desk for City Clerk
  2. Christmas Street Decorations
  3. New Copier/Fax Machine
  4. Plein Air in New Melle on April 28, 2016

Letter to the Editor


April 14, 2016

To the Editor,

In May 2015, the Emmaus Homes, Inc. Board of Directors made a critical decision to begin transitioning our clients off of the Marthasville campus and into the community over the next 5 years.

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HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION BEGINS MAY 3

Recycle Works Locations Will Safely Dispose of These Potentially Harmful Products 

St. Charles County, Missouri – From leftover cleaning supplies and paints to lawn care products and more, the average home stores almost 100 pounds of unwanted and potentially harmful threats to the environment and the ones we love.

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