Monday, April 22, 2013
Town and Country could approve a major roads project, new neighborhood, new restaurant, Longview Farm parking construction and additional lighting on The Principia athletic field. Elected officials will also be sworn in. View full agenda here.
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen meets Monday night. Re-elected Mayor Jon Dalton and aldermen Lynn Wright, Tim Welby, Jonathan Benigas and Fred Meyland-Smith are set to be sworn in for their new terms at the meeting. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Also on the agenda, as previously reported by Patch, the City of Town and Country is planning an "historic" overhaul of the city's roads. The five-year program was developed and recommended by the city's Public Infrastructure Investment Task Force. Aldermen could vote on moving forward with the project and transfer of funding Monday night. The plan is to invest approximately $5 million in road improvements this year and a total of …
Monday, February 25, 2013
Town and Country aldermen are set to discuss the next steps for reconstructing and preserving a log cabin found inside a home along Conway Road Monday night. View the full agenda here.
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen is set to meet Monday night. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Log Cabin- Town and Country aldermen will discuss entering into a contract with Loomis Associates Inc. for its professional services to help with the site planning for the restoration of the log cabin moved from 13348 Conway Road. The log cabin in Town and Country was disassembled Monday, Jan. 28 and moved to Drace Park for storage. The cabin is being preserved as part of the city's history. Loomis' services are expected to help the community determine where to reconstruct the log cabin. They will include coordinating public forums as the process moves forward, preparing a base site plan at …
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Corporal who pulled man from burning car was one of several officers and detectives recognized at Monday's Town and Country board meeting.
Several members of the Town and Country Police Department received top honors at Monday's board of aldermen meeting. Mayor Jon Dalton said he was filled with pride and honor for the city's police department. He awarded Cpl. Chris Moore with a Meritorious Service Citation for his quick response to an accident in which a vehicle had become engulfed in flames with the driver still inside. "Cpl. Moore's determination to save the driver overwhelmed the natural instinct of self-preservation," Dalton said. "At great risk to himself, he worked until he was able to free the driver and with assistance, moved him to safety. We are extraordinarily proud of you." Moore said he was just lucky to be in the right place at the right time. "My sergeant was …
Monday, June 13, 2011
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen is set to discuss fireworks, stormwater and a change to the city's liquor laws Monday night.
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen is set to discuss fireworks, stormwater and a change to the city's liquor laws Monday night. Read the above agenda and supporting documents for more details. Town and Country - Manchester Patch will attend Monday night's meeting. Check back Tuesday for any updates.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Harassment, solar panels and more set to be addressed at Monday's Town and Country Board of Aldermen meeting.
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen meets Monday night and for the second time the board will address the issue of harassment to its residents. A proposed ordinance would give the city more power to handle issues of harassment and more clearly define what is considered harassment and what makes a person criminally responsible for that act. The change to the city ordinance was prompted by the city having little authority to discipline Alderman David Karney after a threatening e-mail was traced to his computer by police. Another recurring topic on the agenda is the debate over proposed solar panels in a local neighborhood. While one homeowner wants to add solar panels to his property, residents of a nearby subdivision do not want to look …
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
The investigation into a threatening e-mail will continue, while also changing city laws to handle future situations. The city also passed an ordinance to enforce a new school zone Monday night, while the solar panel debate continued.
Threatening E-mail - The Town and Country Board of Aldermen took its first steps Monday night to put in place rules pertaining to anonymous harassment and to further the investigation into who actually sent a threatening e-mail to an alderman last year. The board voted to move forward with the appointment of a special prosecutor to continue the investigation. An ordinance amending the current municipal code pertaining to harassment was also introduced Monday night and a push was made to further investigate the matter. The amendment makes it a crime if a person "knowginly frightens, intimidates or causes emotional distress to another person by anonymously, or through the use of an alias, pseudonym or assumed name, making a telephone call …
Monday, January 24, 2011
Take a look at what the Town and Country Board of Aldermen is set to discuss Monday night.
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen meets Monday night. One item the board is set to discuss, and may vote on, is efforts to put a speed zone in front of Mason Ridge Elementary School. The school's principal and safety committee have been pushing for the school zone and aldermen could vote on whether or not they will enforce the possible zone Monday night. The proposed school speed zone would be 30 mph on Mason Road in front of the school and 40 mph on nearby South Outer Forty Drive. Aldermen will also discuss and possibly vote on a proposed mutual aid agreement between the cities of Town and Country, Creve Coure and Frontenac. The three cities have already agreed on combining their police dispatching services and are building the Wes …
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Take a look at just some of what you'll find this week on your Town and Country - Manchester Patch site.
Coming up this week on your Town and Country - Manchester Patch site: Town and Country Board of Aldermen- After a threatening email was received by a Town and Country alderman, another alderman faces censuring. The board of aldermen will discuss a resolution to censure Alderman David Karney for "inappropriate and improper behavior." Check Patch Tuesday morning for more on this issue as well as board members may be moving ahead with a study to determine whether the parking lot at Longview Farm Park should be expanded. This comes after residents have spoken out against the expansion saying they want to keep the park a small community park. Also Monday, discussion on adding a school zone to the busy road in front of Mason Ridge Elementary …