Town and Country aldermen are set to discuss a number of issues at their first meeting of 2013 Monday night.
Raintree Learning Community
Aldermen are set to once again discuss the architectural review of Raintree Learning Community, the new school set to move into Town and Country off Mason Road. As previously reported by Patch, in December, the architectural review by the Town and Country Board of Alderman for Raintree was continued to the Jan. 14 meeting because it was also continued until January by the city's architectural review board. Alderman Phil Behnen, who sits on the architectural review board, said the board had some concerns about the siding the school planned to use on the building.
Aldermen approved a preliminary site plan in September for the school to build at 2000 to 2016 Amonte Drive in Town and Country. The school's owners plan to have the new school open in Town and Country for the 2013-2014 school year, but are not sure when construction will begin.
Clayton Road Project
Aldermen are also set to discuss the next steps to move forward with more work on the Clayton Road Resurfacing and Pedestrian Enhancement Project. Phase 1 is complete of the three-phase project to repave Clayton Road from Hwy 141 to the city limits near Bopp Road. The project also includes creating a multi-use pedestrian trail on the north side of Clayton Road and installing a pedestrian walkway on the existing bridge over Hwy 141, which will connect the sidewalk on the north side of Clayton Road at Old Woods Mill Road to the intersection at Clayton Road and Woods Mill Road.
See agenda and supporting documents in the PDF portion of this article for complete details.
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