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ON THE BALLOT: Proposition P, plus a handful of annexations


Only voters in Dardenne Prairie will be asked to get out the vote on Nov. 7.

Proposition P is targeted toward raising funds for the city’s parks and recreation programming and stormwater control. In July, Mayor David Zucker said city officials want to establish a more broad-based recreational program serving all segments and ages in the community.

Additionally, Dardenne Prairie has a number of annexation options on the ballot that have implications inside and outside city limits. Below is the exact language for the Nov. 7 ballot.

Proposition P

Shall the municipality of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri, impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent [0.5%] for the purpose of providing funding for local parks and storm water control for the municipality?

Proposition A-1

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 2.98 Acres, with a street address of 7283 Hwy. N, generally situated on the north side of Hwy. N between Rondale Court and Monet, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1868 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-2

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 5.69 acres, with a street address of 7275 Hwy. N, generally situated at the northeast corner of Hwy. N and Monet Drive, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1869 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-3

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 4.18 acres, with a street address of 1332 Feise Road, generally situated at the southeast corner of Feise Road and Langrove Drive, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1870 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-4

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 1.5 acres, with a street address of 1426 Feise Road, generally situated on the south side of Feise Road between Hanley Road and Devon Drive, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1871 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-5

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 2 acres, with a street address of 1436 Feise Road, generally situated on the south side of Feise Road between Hanley Road and Devon Drive, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1872 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-6

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 3.85 acres, with a street address of 1967 Hanley Road, generally situated on the southwest corner of Hanley Road and Feise Road, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1873 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-7

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 14.22 acres, with a street address of 7717 Hwy. N, generally situated near the southwest corner of Hanley Road and South Outer 364, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1874 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

Proposition A-8

Shall the city limits of the City of Dardenne Prairie, in the County of St. Charles, Missouri, be extended so as to embrace and include all that part of the County of St. Charles consisting of approximately 6 acres, with a street address of 7800 Hwy. N, generally situated on the south side of Hwy. N between Post Road and Keystone Crossing Drive, and as more specifically described in Ordinance No. 1875 of the City of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri?

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