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City Council Of University City Approves Sidewalk, Curb Bid

Questions arise over minority hiring process

by Charles Bolinger
The City Council of University City on April 9 unanimously approved a bid from Pride Master Inc. to replace curbs and sidewalks on 11 city streets.

Council OKs Plan For Cates Avenue Apartments In University City

by Charles Bolinger
Twenty-one garden apartments are planned for the 6300 block of Cates Avenue, replacing vacant land and a vacated single-family house built in 1911.
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Clayton Retiring Public Works Official Scheipeter Honored

by Mitch Schneider
Clayton officials recently recognized longtime Public Works Superintendent Gary Scheipeter, who retired April 6 after 44 years with the city.
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COCA $28 Million Expansion/Renovation Begins

University City council gives final approval for multi-phase project

by Charles Bolinger
Long a beacon for and a jewel of the local arts community, the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) has inaugurated work on a transformational $28 million expansion and renovation project of its University City facility, located at 524 Trinity Ave.

Sudden Staff Departure Prompts Pool Crisis In University City

by Charles Bolinger
Leaving the city pool staff in the deep and murky, the University City Aquatics Supervisor turned in her resignation in late February after accepting a position in Virginia. Jessica Prichard's last day on the job was March 12.

Maryland Avenue Resurfacing Meeting April 11 In Clayton

The Clayton Public Works Department will hold a public open house for the federally funded 2019 Maryland Avenue Resurfacing Project on Wednesday, April 11, 5 to 7 p.m., at the Center of Clayton, 50 Gay Ave.
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LOOP TROLLEY

Conductors undergo training, police & fire emergency drills held as officials prepare for debut of trolley

by Charles Bolinger
On March 10 and 11, Loop Trolley Car 001 had its first extended encounter with vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the Delmar Loop

Developer Pitches $3 Million Plan For Olive & Midland In University City

Mixed-use site could include restaurant & housing for students

by Charles Bolinger
Citing its importance to University City's future, Mubeen Mahmood made a $3 million development proposal to the mayor and city council at a March 12 study session at city hall.
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Annual "State Of Forest Park" Open House

Park leadership shares successes with public

by Patti Eischen
Approximately 200 people attended the "Under the Clock Tower: State of Forest Park" community gathering on Wednesday, March 14, at the Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor and Education Center in Forest Park.

Clayton Reviews "Clarendale Of Clayton" Project

$95 million housing project proposed for former Schnucks site

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Plan Commission and Architectural Review Board recently reviewed plans for a proposal for the long vacant Schnucks site at the corner of Clayton and Hanley roads.
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