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Thursday, May 2, 2013
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It's time for another edition of Ask the Patch Pro, where each week we tackle a different topic and open up the comments section for questions. Our team of experts stop in to help you out and answer your questions. This week we're talking about "going green." How can you make your home, business or just life in general more eco-friendly? We want to help you find the answers to all your questions, but we need can't do it alone. Patch wants to help you get your questions answered, but we needed some help. We've compiled a team of experts to help us out. Meet the experts:
Monday, April 29, 2013
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How can you make your home, business or just life in general more eco-friendly? We want to help you find the answers to all your questions, but we need can't do it alone. In the latest edition of "Ask the Patch Pro" we need local experts who can answer readers' questions and offer advice about "going green." If you consider yourself an expert and can answer these questions and more, let us know two ways. One: You can leave a comment on this post along with your email. Two: You can send an email to email@example.com. We need experts to answer questions on Thursday, May 2. Curious as to what we are looking for? Take a look at some of our previous Patch Pro posts: So what do you say, who wants to be our expert?
Thursday, May 3, 2012
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Thirty-three buildings, in the Parkway School District , will be outfitted with solar panels to generate energy for electricity, after a unanimous school board vote Wednesday night on a bid. "It's a win-win-win," Board President Beth Feldman said just prior to the vote. The Parkway District would lease the solar energy—or photovoltaic—system from Brightergy for $72,300 a year, over 20 years. The energy generated and converted would be 2.2 percent of the district's total annual electric use, according to Erik Lueders, the district's manager of sustainability and purchasing. (Check out our Facebook page and be sure to "like" us.) According to district information, each of the 25 kilowatt systems atop the building would have a monitoring …
Monday, July 25, 2011
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen could take action on a number of issues including the city's emergency services and moving forward with a new neighborhood. Homeowners could also soon qualify for energy efficiency loans.
Two contracts affecting Town and Country's fire and ambulance service could be voted on Monday night at the Town and Country Board of Aldermen meeting. At the end of the last board meeting, aldermen and the mayor went into closed session, then returned to open session in the board chambers to add two new bills to the agenda for first reading. Bill 11-37 would authorized a Fire and Ambulance Service Agreement and Lease with the West County EMS and Fire Protection District. Bill 11-38 would authorized an agreement between the city of Town and Country and the Central County Emergency 911 for dispatching services. Both bills are set to be read again and could be voted on at Monday's meeting. Since Town and Country does not have its own fire …
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The Manchester Board of Aldermen voted Monday to recoup legal fees from a former lawsuit, make low-interest loans available to homeowners and replace a local bridge.
The Manchester Board of Aldermen had a number of items on its agenda Monday night. It was the second meeting of the new board after changes from the April 5 election. Following are highlights from Monday's meeting. Recouping Lawsuit Fees The board of aldermen unanimously voted to make the effort to recoup $2,400 in legal fees the city incurred due to a lawsuit filed by former Alderman Bob Tullock. The lawsuit was in connection to who would serve as the board president. City Attorney Patrick Gunn told board members that from the first August 2, 2010 invoice (for July 2010 services) until the lawsuit was dismissed by the court in March, legal fees outside of the retainer totaled $2,400. Ward 2 Alderman Michael Clement suggested pursuing a …
Monday, May 16, 2011
The Manchester Board of Aldermen has a packed agenda Monday night. Take a look.
The Manchester Board of Aldermen has a number of items on its agenda Monday night. It is the second meeting of the new board after changes from the April 5 election. Monday, board members will discuss items including, working with St. Louis County on a low-interest home energy program to be offered to residents, accepting a bid for $486,000 dollars to remove and replace the Lafayette Center Drive bridge, continuing to participate in St. Louis County's multi-jurisdictional drug task force and discussing fees incurred from a now dismissed lawsuit against the city filed by former Alderman Bob Tullock. (Read Previous Article: Court Dismisses Alderman's Lawsuit Against Board) For more details on Monday night's meeting, see the agenda and …