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New Cottleville subdivision moves a step closer to reality

A new 39-unit single-family subdivision in Cottleville moved closer to reality on Oct. 19, when the city’s Board of Aldermen approved a planned unit development agreement [PUD] that establishes how the property will be developed. The board approved the agreement, submitted by Lombardo Homes, that establishes zoning and an area plan for the 23.5-acre tract along Hwy. N near Meadowland Drive. The vacant tract is bordered by Hwy. N to the north, Interstate 364 to the south and is now zoned single-family residential. With a PUD, the property owner agrees to construct public improvements like streets and sewer and water ...

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Cottleville copies St. Peters in regulating adult businesses

Cottleville has taken a page out of the St. Peters municipal code and approved a bill designed to address issues involving adult-oriented businesses in the city. The Cottleville Board of Aldermen approved a bill on Oct. 19 amending its city’s code regulating its adult-oriented businesses and issues involving sexual misconduct and indecent exposure. The bill is similar to one that the St. Peters Board of Aldermen approved in August. The ordinances are pre-emptive strikes against proposals like the adult-oriented Social House II restaurant featuring wait staff covered from the waist up in body paint that opened in University City’s Delmar Loop earlier ...

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On the Ballot Amendments & Propositions

The following ballot measures have been certified by the secretary of state for the Nov. 8 general election: Constitutional Amendment 1 Shall Missouri continue for 10 years the one-tenth of one percent sales/use tax that is used for soil and water conservation and for state parks and historic sites, and resubmit this tax to the voters for approval in 10 years? The measure continues and does not increase the existing sales and use tax of one-tenth of one percent for 10 years. The measure would continue to generate approximately $90 million annually for soil and water conservation and operation of ...

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News Briefs – O’Fallon Public Hearing Scheduled Oct. 25

O’FALLON Public hearing scheduled  The city of O’Fallon will conduct a public hearing beginning at 3 pm. on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the O’Fallon Municipal Centre [City Hall], 100 North Main Street, concerning the Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Action Plan for O’Fallon’s Community Development Block Grant Program.  The hearing will be held in the Multi-purpose Room on the first floor. Those who need assistance or auxiliary aids for the meeting should contact Public Assistance Specialist Alexis Jaegers at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting by calling (636) 379-5511 or by email at Following the hearing, there will ...

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Cottleville firefighters hold 7th annual ‘Haunted Trail’ fund raiser

Cottleville Fire Protection District firefighters may look a bit scary on Oct. 8. They will be in costume for their annual “Haunted Trail” fund raiser starting at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 at the city’s Legacy Park, off Highway N and next to Dardenne Creek, next to city hall and the police station. This is the seventh year that firefighters have held the event, which raises the firefighters Outreach, which assists families in crisis. According to a news release, the outdoor “haunted trail” will feature a “Molly Crenshaw” grave, “Slender Man and Wolf Man,” zombies, a simulated hazardous waste spill, ...

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Caroline’s Cart

On March 4, the firefighters of Cottleville’s Fire Protection District delivered a very special present to the Schnucks store in Cottleville – a special shopping cart called Caroline’s Cart that is designed for children with special needs.

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