Monday will likely be a busy meeting.
A vote could come on the city's 2012 property tax rates, which are once again proposed to remain at zero cents. As previously reported by Town and Country - Manchester Patch, Aldermen will probably vote to maintain the tax rate at zero Monday night.
Also on the agenda, aldermen are set to discuss a proposal for a for a new to be built at 2000 to 2016 Amonte Drive. Despite a handful of residents speaking out against the project, the Town and Country Planning and Zoning Commission approved the preliminary development plan for the new school on Mason Road near Manchester Road.
is a private school currently located in Ballwin. Eydelman provided the city with a petition of households he said are in support of the construction, however, some residents They said the new school will create a traffic hazard, they were not properly notified of the plan and they don't want a commercial property in a residential area.
Final approval for the school to move into Town and Country will ultimately come from the board of aldermen, but aldermen cannot vote on the issue until their next meeting on Sept. 24.
See agenda and supporting documents above for complete details.
Check back to Town and Country - Manchester Patch Tuesday for any updates.
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