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Thanks to agreements with St. Charles County and the federal government, the city could resurface a portion of Williott Road and Mid Rivers Mall Drive for $108,000.
A desire to get a longer-lasting steal body has St. Peters lawmakers considering purchasing a new trash truck that is $4,868 over budget.
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. On the agenda is a public hearing regarding a new communications tower that could be built near Jungermann Road.
The board agreed to approve a one-year extension for the completion of improvement projects at the Mid Rivers Plaza.
The annual road work projects will tackle a variety of projects around the city.
With the 8-0 approval the St. Peters convenience store can begin rebuilding.
Terri Violet was sworn in to serve on the St. Peters Board of Aldermen following her win in the April 2 election.
The St. Peters Board of Aldermen will decide between a pair of bids for a new scoreboard at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. Both bids are over the estimated cost and are part of a series of new projects green-lighted by Prop P.
Citing a need for more information, the board tabled a proposed change to the city's red-light ordinance.
The St. Peters Board of Aldermen selected Patrick Barclay, Ward 4, as the new president during Thursday's meeting.
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