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Dardenne Prairie close to new contract for trash and recycling pickup

Recycling costs includes human labor to sort through good and bad recycling. [Shutterstock image]Recycling costs includes human labor to sort through good and bad recycling. [Shutterstock image]

Due to the upcoming contract expiration with waste provider Grace Hauling, Inc. on Dec. 31, Dardenne Prairie city staff requested proposals for the pickup of resident trash and recycling in subsequent years. Four proposals were received. After evaluation of potential criteria, including “capped” rate increases for future years, the proposal by Grace Hauling, Inc. was determined to be the most favorable.

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Route 364 access discussion continues

According to Dardenne Prairie Mayor David Zucker, stakeholders of the proposed Route 364 access project have already met to evaluate three primary options for increasing access onto Route 364 to the city’s growing economic corridors.

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Scout honored with day in her name

High school student Madison Stumpf has earned the Girl Scouts of America Gold Award and in so doing had a day named in her honor. Because she demonstrated a strong sense of duty, compassion and community service, Mayor David Zucker proclaimed July 17, 2019, as “Madison Stumpf Day” in the city of Dardenne Prairie.

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Vehicles banned on city park paths in Dardenne Prairie

Dardenne Prairie’s rules just became more explicit about running golf carts and other motorized vehicles on walking and bicycle paths in its city parks – they aren’t allowed. The city’s Board of Aldermen approved a bill at its July 6 meeting modifying the existing city code governing the operation of a variety of vehicles in city parks and prohibiting their operation on trail paths in three city parks. The bill also authorizes the city to impound the vehicles under certain circumstances. The board took the action after receiving “numerous complaints” about golf carts, motorized bicycles and scooters being operated on ...

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