Monday, August 20, 2012
A St. Charles County couple acted with "criminal negligence" by leaving their children unattended at Lehmann's Landing Bar and Grill in Bridgeton as they drank "large amounts of alcohol," police say.
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- Joe Scott
Monday, August 20, 2012
Two parents face charges for leaving their children unsupervised as they drank in a bar, police said. Jessica Allen, 28, and Daniel R. Allen, 28, both of the 1300 block of Park Ashwood Drive, just south of St. Peters in St. Charles County, were charged Aug. 2 with two counts of endangering a child. A witness called police Jan. 14 believing the children had been abandoned at Lehmann’s Landing Bar and Grill in Bridgeton, the police said in a report. Bridgeton Police said in the report the parents were drinking in an area where they could not see the 3- and 4-year-old children. Police said in the report the parents acted with “criminal negligence” by leaving the children unattended as they drank “large amounts of alcohol.” Jessica Allen told …
Friday, February 25, 2011
Board of Aldermen vote 7-0 to deny special use permit for Exit 6 Pub and Brewery.
Exit 6 Pub and Brewery will not be coming to St. Peters. Jeff Britton, owner of Exit 6, petitioned for a special use permit to open an upscale craft beer bar in the Promenade Center on the south side of Mexico Road and east of Devondale Place. The bar’s planned location placed it within 200 feet of Mid Rivers Elementary—something that didn’t sit well with parents and the Board of Aldermen. By a 7-0 vote (Alderman Dave Thomas, Ward 1, abstained) the Board voted to deny Britton’s special use permit. “I’m not very happy with the way things went,” Britton said. “I don’t understand why they charged me $250 [in fees] plus another $700 in mailings only to come here and get completely shutout.” Britton had cleared every hurdle prior to Thursday’s …
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Commission votes down Spencer Road Storage petition, but approves Exit 6 Pub and Brewery.
The agenda for Tuesday’s Planning and Zoning Commission wasn’t very long, but that didn’t mean there wasn’t anything to talk about. Two items on the agenda, one item of old business and one piece of new business, took up a bulk of the time at the February meeting of the Commission on Tuesday at the Justice Center. The Commission listened to public complaints on both issues, but didn’t side with the public each time. The first item on the agenda for the night was a request by JMO Holdings, LCC, owners of Spencer Road Storage. In January, the Commission heard a request by the owners for a special use permit to turn several parking spaces into storage spaces for trailers and small trucks. Residents in nearby Spencer Hill subdivision, Stauder …