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2016 St Ann Calendar for City

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We need to show this family some St. Ann love!

Posted by Bring Food Trucks to St. Ann, MO on Saturday, April 9, 2016

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St Ann Business Association
*** SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ***
Published by Rhonda Rose Marsala · 7 hrs
As many are aware, a very tragic accident happened on Tuesday, when a young family was hit on St. Charles Rock Road & Ashby by a driver under the influence of illegal drugs.

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All of our hearts are saddened, and it's extremely touching to see SO many people flooding the local Face Book pages eager to help this family...truly an amazing community!

On Thursday, April 28th at the St. Ann Food Truck Event, Alderman Amy Poelker will have a special table set up to accept donations to help this family.

If you would like to volunteer to help Amy Poelker with this fundraiser, please reach out to her so she can coordinate the needs of the family and what folks can bring and or provide.

From the SABA team, thank you so much...we WILL help this family as a united community with giving hearts.

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Regional West Lake Landfill CommUnity Meeting October 15, 2015

St Louis County Emergency Plan for Westlake

pg 1 n 2 shelter in place reccommendations pg 3 minimum supplies to keep with you

CONTACT LIST SENATORS MO GOV ST ANN CITY EPA

WESTLAKE MEETING QUESTION SUMMARY

AUG 2015 UPATE

SB 5 ENROLLED

My Analysis of SB 5

ST ANN COURT AUDIT 2014 REVIEWED IN 2015

HB799 OVERRIDDEN SOK

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st louis countys police bill after meeting with 29 cities iniative

minimum standards for county pds in 6 mths vs 6 years

sub 1 for bill 276 but no minimum standards are defined now

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12/1/15 bill 276

As residents we need to be letting our voices be heard, before we only have ONE voice to represent us….

Our Councilman Sam Page was a Yes Vote, Mr. Page received a number of emails and calls that I am aware of telling him to vote No on Stengers bill, Mr. Page thru his Yes Vote insinuates that he doesn't have faith in Municipal/Local control.....                                   

Mr. Sam Page chose not to listen to his constituents

 So can we ever trust Sam Page to listen to us, his Constituents???                                     KMOV.com

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NEWSLETTER DEC 2015

CDBG GRANTS
 
Get Information on Home Improvement Program (St. Louis County Community Block Grant)
The Community Development Block Grant Home Improvement Program is administered through St. Louis County.  For more information on the program please contact St. Louis County Office of Community Development at 314 615-4405 or click on the link below:

Home Improvement Program

 
FOR THE CDBG GRANT CALL THE NUMBER HERE:
Clayton Office
121 S. Meramec, Ste. 444
St. Louis, MO 63105
(314) 615-8232
 
WHEN THE VOICEMAIL KICKS IN HIT #1 IF YOU HEAR ST. ANN'S NAME THEN THERE IS STILL MONEY AVAILABLE, THEN YOU WILL HIT #1 TO LEAVE A MESSAGE SO THAT THEY CAN CALL YOU BACK AND TAKE YOUR INFORMATION OVER THE PHONE. from there if you qualify they will send you an application in the mail.

click here to VIEW Summary fo Dec 29 Meeting on Pipeline

click here to see the LIST OF RESIDENT QUESTIONS ON THE PIPELINE BEING LAID FROM REPUBLIC TO HWY I-170

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TIME TO SPEAK UP!

I shared my opinion with the chief on his st louis county facebook page   

 

i think its time for us all to speak up and share our opinions,

 

before Better Together gets their way and we are left with one police force and one merged city county conglomerate.

 

if you feel the same way pls share and express your opinion....my comments are below his

 

though i do not blame the chief for his speech as it wreaks of political pressure and a money grab.    

 

my guess is st louis county government expects to pick up all the munis that cannot exist under sb5,

by doing this they will pick up all the taxes on your homes and businesses, business licenses and income from the sales taxes on businesses within those borders. permit fees etc.....

 

so i have to ask....i

 

Is our government truly looking out for us the residents of st louis county or are they looking out after meeting their bottom lines?   

 

after all if they take over all of it, they can cut services in the name of budget

 

in my opinion this is the problem with both the state highway patrol who only has 4 cars on patrol at a time for a 200 mile radius from st louis to rolla 

and st louis county and city pd's as we see both are asking for 180 and 120 more officers but do not have the budget to do so,

 

then as you read below in my comments you have 1 car operating at a time from twin oaks to eureka and cannot beat 20 min service times versus the 2-3 minute service times muni pd's can offer.   

 

as far as sb5 goes other than the 12.5% for only st louis county munis vs 20% for the entire rest of the state  it's a good bill.....

 

but credit for this should not go to eric schmitt who pushed his bill thru the senate with a 34-0 vote

 

it should go to the house of representatives who actually put some meat in the bill to protect the citizens and eliminate tickets worth 4pts and under from being a criminal offense....here is where many senseless warrants were written.  

 

A BIG THANK YOU TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE WHO ACTUALLY MADE THIS BILL A BILL WORTH PASSING   

 

UNFORTUNATELY THEY FAILED TO FIX THE PART THAT MAKES IT ILLEGAL....by singling out st louis county munis only at 12.5% vs 20% for the rest of the state this bill is UNCONSTITUTIONAL as it has created UNEQUAL JUSTICE UNDER THE LAW FOR ALL MISSOURIANS.   

 

  AGAIN I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MARY NICHOLS FOR ATTEMPTING TO CHANGE THE 12.5 VS 20% HOWEVER THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE WHO WAS OBVIOUSLY COMPROMISED WOULD NOT CALL ON HER TO PRESENT, here i listened to the passing of the bill to know this.   

 

As you have seen in the media....

 

they are working hard to come after st ann,

their facts however are off base   

it's time to speak up for your muni and others....

 

as it should be our decision as voters on how we are governed not theirs...and they are not listening to their constituents....  

http://www.stlouisco.com/yourgovernment/countyexecutive

 

 

 

 

 

St. Louis County Police

 

https://www.facebook.com/StLouisCountyPolice?fref=nf

June 11 at 3:31pm ·

Mishmash Municipalities? Our Citizens Deserve Better  By Chief Jon Belmar

"As the events in Ferguson transpired last August, many long-standing issues in St. Louis area policing were exposed to the nation for scrutiny. Suddenly, the 90 St. Louis County municipalities and their municipal courts were scrutinized by the public for the predatory nature of their traffic enforcement and the exorbitant court fines and fees imposed on primarily poor, minority citizens. Protesters and

community members alike demanded a new model of policing: a model where the focus is not on sustaining insolvent governments and exaggerated police traffic units.

I am here to tell you that small police co-ops or consolidations headed by unaccredited departments are not what the St. Louis region deserves. St. Louis County has too many of these small departments. By combining resources, they give the appearance of a substantial department, but the numbers are deceiving.

First of all, some of these municipalities count reserve officers as their part of their total. Doing this artificially inflates the ratio of officers to citizens, not to mention places public safety in the hands of volunteers with unreliable training records.

Furthermore, the departments aspiring to unite the smaller forces are only able to do so knowing that the St. Louis County Police Department is always a phone call away to handle the resource-intense policing such as homicide investigations, barricaded subjects, crowd control, or officer-involved criminal activity. A collection of transient officers with little professional policing experienced hired to primarily enforce traffic violations is not what is needed in the most socio-economically challenged areas of St. Louis County.

What the region needs for such areas is a stable police department with the resources to tackle the long-standing issues in these areas with a focus on public safety and promoting vibrant communities. This is only done through a large established department with years of municipal contracting experience. The mishmash of municipal agencies vying for power will not improve public safety. The model of public safety-focused policing that we propose is consistent with the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, the Police Executive Research Forum and is supported locally by the NAACP.

The St. Louis County Police Department not only has the resources in manpower and tangible assets, but more importantly, it has technical expertise and leadership to accomplish real public safety. The men and women of the department are accomplished career law enforcement professionals giving them the requisite skills and knowledge to provide the quality law enforcement that every citizen deserves. The St. Louis County Police Department stands ready to serve."

 

MY COMMENTS TO CHIEF'S OPINION

 

Amy Poelker

I see chief that you prefer we operate under a Federalized Police Force. How soon after you succeed at this do you come after our 2nd Amendment Rights?

Must i remind you that Maryland Heights was created out of the failures of the st louis county policing policies.

Ask the lady from the des peres better together meeting why she had to get her ccw.

The answer was st. Louis cty pd cant get to her any sooner than 20 minutes because u deem eureka to twin oaks as only needing one car to patrol it.

I respect u, the badge, and your officers.

But u r not allowed the budget to do the job that is needed.

When i call 911 i and everyone i know expects 2-3 minute response times and with my muni that is what i get.

Munis exist for a reason and it is not governments job to decide how we the people want to be governed.

Its our decision and that's why there is something called Voting.

 

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As residents we need to be letting our voices be heard, before we only have ONE voice to represent us….

Our Councilman Sam Page was a Yes Vote, Mr. Page received a number of emails and calls that I am aware of telling him to vote No on Stengers bill,

Mr. Sam Page chose not to listen to his constituents

 So can we ever trust Sam Page to listen to us, his Constituents???

Seen here in this video, I take a stand on Stenger's Police Bill 276.

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