O’Fallon land use density reduction and density bonuses proposed

City of Ofallon

A bill has been proposed in O'Fallon to reduce the R-4 Apartment House District code maximum density to 14 units per acre instead of 20. The bill also would establish density bonuses similar to what surrounding communities already have and, in theory, keep O’Fallon competitive with those communities.

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Turtle Creek high density rental plan withdrawn

Missouri National Golf Links LP has withdrawn their application for rezoning and a plan to construct 182 high density rental units on 23.28 acres, named “Fairways at Turtle Creek,” on land where a golf practice facility is operated today.

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Next step taken for O’Fallon ballot order lotto

A proposed O'Fallon bill would formally establish a lotto process for determining the order of candidate names appearing on the ballot, to replace the current "line-up" process. The bill is a slight variation of what had been discussed and planned in June.

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Francis Howell football begins upcoming season with coach Brent Chojnacki

Although the fall sports season is only three days old, there is a renewed sense of excitement on the field for the Francis Howell football team. Howell, like many Missouri teams, began fall practices this week on Monday. Aug. 12, and early looks show there is plenty of energy on the team of Vikings under second-year coach Brent Chojnacki.

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Festival of the Little Hills returns to Historic Saint Charles Aug. 16-18

Do you like history? Live music? Street food? Artisan crafts? If so, you need to head to the Festival of the Little Hills in historic Saint Charles. A summer staple since 1971, the annual Festival runs Friday, Aug. 16 through Sunday, Aug. 18 but with one notable change. The Festival will be held on Riverside Drive, in the 300 to 500 blocks, between S. Main Street and Frontier Park, which remains closed as a result of earlier flooding. 

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