MAYOR'S LETTER by nabikovk


									                            August 2009 ~ Vol. 69                               Published by the City of St. John

                     MAYOR’S LETTER                            LeeRoy M. Taylor
Law Enforcement Day/Concert In The Park -                 The plan is to completely rebuild North Ave. from
Will be held on August 29th this year at Home Heights     Woodson Road to Valleywood. Because of utility
Park. The day will start at 2 pm with representatives     conflicts, work began on the stretch of North between
from numerous organizations, various activities           Eminence and Brown Road. The next section to
and equipment all sponsored by the City’s Police          open was from Brown Rd. to McKibbon, and then
Department. There will be opportunities to meet your      from Eminence to Gordon. The contractor has
local neighborhood watch group, your police officers      excavated out the old street, replaced new curb and
and your City Council representatives. In addition        gutters, placed the base lifts of asphalt, and has begun
local restaurants will be participating so that there     replacing driveways and sidewalks along these areas.
will be a variety of food to choose from. That evening    All the work activity on North Ave. east of McKibbon
starting at 7 pm, a concert will be held. Music will be   is various utilities (electric, water, gas) relocating or
provided by “British Export” an award winning Beatles     replacing their lines. They are taking advantage of
Tribute Band. Many of you have seen them perform at       the fact that we are replacing this street and they in
Woodson Terrace Days. The concert will run until 10       turn can replace some of their older lines at the same
pm. Bring your blankets, chairs and coolers if you like   time.
(no glass bottles please).                                We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding
North Avenue Project Update - The project is              as the various contractors work to make our City
finally underway. The bid was awarded to Gershenson       better by updating the utilities, and by re-building
Construction Company in May of this year and they         North Ave.
have been working hard on the project ever since.

                                                  2009 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
                                                  During the past ten years, the St. John Police Department has
                                                  awarded over $30,000 to Ritenour High School graduating
                                                  seniors. The St. John Police Scholarship Program is funded
                                                  through various fund raising efforts and community
                                                  partnerships with local businesses. This year, four graduating
                                                  seniors were awarded $1,000 scholarships to assist them with
                                                  future college expenses. This years Class of 2009 recipients
                                                  (From left to right) Rachel Weatherford; Joshua Hahn; Kyle
                                                  Lavelle; Office Chad Rackers; Jacob Myers.
                                                  Congratulations And Good Luck To All!
On Saturday, October 17th, the City will once again           may be legally placed in a landfill. City staff will be
provide dumpsters on the Bristol Parking lot for              on hand both to verify residency, and to examine
residents to discard trash and debris from the fall           the items to be thrown away so we can ensure that
clean up. Just like last year, these large dumpsters          no hazardous items are being thrown into these
will be provided to allow residents to throw out items        dumpsters.
that may be too large or just too much to put out for         Items considered hazardous or unacceptable include
the regular trash day pick up.                                paint, batteries, pesticides, fertilizer, railroad ties,
Residents may come to the Bristol parking lot behind          tires, oil, old gasoline, etc. Residents are encouraged
the St. John Municipal Center between the hours of            to come early because once the dumpsters are filled
8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m to dispose of any items that           up, they will be removed.

ANNUAL CHILDREN’S                                             LIMB CHIPPING
HALLOWEEN PARTY                                                                   The Street Department will begin
                                                                                  running the chipper through
The City will hold its annual Children’s Halloween                                the City on November 2nd and
Party on Saturday, October 24, 2009. The party will                               will continue through the week
take place at the St. John Municipal Center, 8944 St.                             of April 26, 2010, as weather
Charles Rock Road, “C” level, starting at 11 am.                                  permits.
All St. John children and grandchildren, up to                                    The chipper will cover the east
nine years old, are invited and COSTUMES ARE                                      side of town (Marshall to the east
DEFINITELY ENCOURAGED. Entertainment,                                             City limits) on the first and third
             hotdogs, chips & drink will be provided.                             Mondays, and the west side of
                Tickets are required for admission but        town (Marshall to the west City limits) on the second
                are free of charge. Please have proof         and fourth Mondays. If there is a fifth Monday in a
                of residency available when picking           month, the chipper will not run that week.
                up tickets. A limited number of tickets       As always, please remember that the chipper can
                will be available from September              only handle limbs 3” in diameter and smaller, and
                1st until they run out, or until 5 pm,        the fat parts of all limbs should be placed toward
               Friday, October 23rd. For questions            the street. This makes the chipping operation more
               call the City Hall at 427-8700, ext. 3.        efficient and safer for the operators.

 We have two street sweepings planned for this fall. Weather permitting, the sweeper will run through the
 City according to this schedule:
       August 17th - 19th and October 19th -21st Schedule:
       Monday, all streets between I-170 and the east side of McKibbon.
       Tuesday, all streets between the west side of McKibbon and the east side of Boswell.
       Wednesday, all streets between the west side of Boswell to Edmundson and all streets east of I-170.
 If it is raining the sweeper will move the scheduled sweeping back a day. Please remember that in order to
 get the most efficient use of this contracted machine, we will need you to park in your driveway on the day
 your street is scheduled to be swept. Also please remember that the street sweeper is not a leaf vacuum, so
 please do not rake leaves or other yard waste into the street. The machine will not be able to pick it up and
 that area will not be swept. Thank you for your cooperation with this effort to keep our streets clean.

Are there times you need to talk to a Police Officer after regular work hours but not for an immediate emergency?
You can contact the St. Louis County Dispatcher at 889-2341 and tell them you’re a St. John resident and you
need to talk to an Officer. They can take your name, number & reference and have a St. John Officer call you
back when they are available.

Monthly Luncheons                                           Movie Day cont.
Cost: Residents $5 Non-residents $7                         Monday, September 14, 2009
Tickets may be purchased until noon on the Monday           “Australia”
before each month’s lunch. Call Jackie @ 427-8700,          Cast: Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, David Wenham
ext 214 for more information.                               and Bryan Brown.
                                                            Pre-World War II Australia. An English aristocrat
Wednesday, August 19: Grilled hamburgers w/fixin’s,         inherits a sprawling ranch, and a rough-and-tumble
potato salad, slaw, and dessert.                            cattle driver helps protect her property from greedy
                                                            English cattle barons. While herding cattle hundreds
Wednesday, September 16: BBQ Chicken, steamed
                                                            of miles across the treacherous Australian outback,
broccoli w/cheese, bread, and dessert.
                                                            they are stunned to bear witness to the bombing of
Wednesday, October 21: Pork chops w/dressing,               Darwin by Japanese forces – who just a few months
mixed vegetables, salad, bread, and dessert.                prior launched a devastating attack on Pearl Harbor.
                                                            Run Time:165 minutes; Action, Drama, Epic,
 Movie Day                                                  Historical and War; Rated: PG-13
All movies start @ 1:00 p.m.   Cost: Free
                                                            Monday, September 28, 2009
Monday, August 3, 2009                                      “He’s Just Not That Into You”
“Bolt”                                                      Starring: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Drew
Cast: John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Susie Essman,             Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly, Kevin Connolly,
Mark Walton and Malcolm McDowell.                           Bradley Cooper.
When the star of a hit TV show is accidentally              Gigi, a young woman attempting to understand the
shipped from his Hollywood soundstage to New York           mixed signals she gets from the men she’s dating,
City, he begins his biggest adventure yet on a cross-       gets advice from a bar owner who prides himself on
country journey through the real world to get back to       understanding the ins and outs of the dating scene.
his owner and co-star.                                      Gigi’s co-worker Janine finds herself involved in a
Run Time: 1 hr, 43 minutes; Adventure & Comedy;             major redecorating project with her husband Ben.
Rated PG                                                    Unbeknownst to Janine, Ben contemplates an affair
                                                            with Anna, an attractive woman trying to make a
Monday, August 31, 2009                                     career as a singer. Another of Gigi’s friends at work,
“Gran Torino”                                               Beth, enjoys a successful, healthy relationship with
Cast: Clint Eastwood, Bee Vang, Ahney Her,                  Neil, but storm clouds hover over them as he has no
Christopher Carley and Brian Haley.                         interest in getting married.
A racist Korean War veteran living in a crime-ridden        Run Time: 129 minutes; Comedy: Rated: PG-13
Detroit neighborhood is forced to confront his own
lingering prejudice when a troubled Hmong teen              Monday, October 5, 2009
from his neighborhood attempts to steal his prized          “House on Haunted Hill”
Gran Torino.                                                Starring: Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Richard Long,
Run Time:116 minutes; Action, Crime, Mystery and            Alan Marshal, Carolyn Craig.
Drama; Rated: R                                             A perennial favorite of the “Shock Theatre” TV
                                                            circuit, House on Haunted Hill stars Vincent Price as
                                                            sinister gent (you’re surprised?) Frederick Loren, who

 Movie Day cont.                                               Trips cont.
resides in a sinister mansion on a sinister hill, where        Spend A Day for A Lifetime Of Memories in Nauvoo, IL
seven murders have occurred. He makes a proposal               Date: Tuesday, September 29, 2009
to several strangers, offering $10,000 to anyone who           Cost: $66
can last the entire night. Loren festively gives each of       Includes: Transportation, Lunch, and Admissions
his guests a tiny coffin containing a loaded handgun,          Depart: City of St. John @ 6:30 a.m.
designed to protect them from the spooks that emerge           Return : City of St. John at approximately 6:45 p.m.
in the house over the course of the night. The picture
hinges on its surprise ending, which packs in several          Living History Tour of Alton, Il & an Autumn Cruise
by-now-familiar twists.                                        on the Mississippi River
Run Time: 75 minutes; Horror; Rated: Not Rated                 Thursday, October 22, 2009
                                                               Cost:$72 per person
Monday, October 19, 2009
“Beverly Hills Chihuahua”                                      Share in the fun of the Holidays All Around Alton, IL
Starring: Drew Barrymore, Andy Garcia                          Tuesday, December 8, 2009
A pampered Chihuahua accustomed to the living the              Cost: $62 per person
good life in glamorous Beverly Hills must rein in her
heiress instincts and rely on the kindness of strangers        The Glory of Christmas
in order to find her way back home after becoming              Sunday, December 13, 2009
hopelessly lost in Mexico.                                     Cost: $25 per person plus the cost of dinner.
Running Time: 91 minutes; Comedy, Family & Kids,
Animation Rating: PG
                                                               Craft Classes
Trips                                                          Monday, November 23, 2009
                                                               Christmas Craft – 1:00 p.m. - Cost: $10 or less
For more information on any or all of the trips please
call Jackie @ 427-8700, ext. 214. All trips must be paid       Exercise Classes
for in full at least 30 days in advance. A $5 or 10%
deposit (which ever is more) must be paid on each
trip within 2 weeks of signing up UNLESS it is less            Looking to increase your activity level? Join our
than 30 days to the trip. Then the full amount is due.         senior oriented aerobics class involving low impact
Refunds will only be given if the trip is cancelled,           aerobic exercise and the use of Dyna-bands.
there is someone to take your place, or if the venue           Monday and Wednesday, 8:45 -9:30 a.m.
will give a refund. Checks need to be made out to:             Fee: $2.00 per class, pay as you go
City of St. John.
                                                               “T’ai Chi”
Swansea Raffle/Bingo                                           Join other area seniors for exercise of the mind and
Tuesday, September 8th, and November 10th, 2009                body through slow movements and concentration.
Cost: $38                                                      Thursdays 8:00-8:45 a.m.
Includes: bingo, and 1 chance on power ball.                   Fee: $1.50 pay as you go
Depart: City of St. John’s parking lot @ 9:45 a.m.

                             Public Works
                             John Lich is the newest
                             edition to the Street
                             Department. John
                             comes to us after
                             many years in the
                             construction industry,
                             most particularly as a
                             foreman of a concrete
                             crew for Mon-Clair
                             Construction. In that       Police
  position, John was responsible for laying out          Jim Davis is the newest edition to the Police
  and installing sewer mains, storm sewers, and          Department. Prior to joining our ranks, Jim worked
  sidewalks. He brings a wealth of knowledge and         for Sunset Hills P. D. Jim’s experience and training
  experience to the Street Department and we are         will be an asset to our community. He is married, has
  pleased to have him on board.                          three (3) children, and is currently working towards his
                                                         Bachelor’s Degree.

Vacation is a time for relaxation and enjoyment. It can also be the time for crime victimization if the
appropriate crime prevention measures are not followed. The following are some of the crime prevention tips
or recommendations which are designed to allow the vacationer to enjoy their vacation more by not having to
worry as much about their house while they’re away.
Before Leaving Secure Your Residence . . . . .
	 •	 Have	good	locks	on	all	doors	and	windows	and	use	them.
	 •	 Leave	shades	and	blinds	in	a	normal	position.
	 •	 Ask	a	neighbor	to	watch	your	residence	while	you	are	away	and	leave	your	vacation	address	and		 	
      telephone number with them so you can be reached in case of an emergency.
	 •	 Test	your	smoke	and	burglar	alarms.
	 •	 Stop	all	deliveries	or	arrange	for	a	neighbor	to	pick	up	your	mail,	newspaper	and	packages.
	 •	 Arrange	for	someone	to	mow	your	lawn,	rake	leaves	and	maintain	the	yard	to	give	the	home	a	lived-in	look.
	 •		 Plug	in	timers	to	turn	lights	and	a	radio	or	television	on	and	off	at	appropriate	times.
	 •	 Engrave	your	valuables	with	your	driver’s	license	number	and	post	Operation	Identification	decals	on		
      entry doors and windows. Consider taking them to a bank safety deposit box.
	 •	 Ask	a	neighbor	to	occasionally	park	in	your	driveway.	If	you	leave	your	car	at	home,	park	it	as	you		
      normally would. Vehicles parked outside should be moved occasionally to appear that they are being used.
	 •	 Ask	local	police	to	place	your	home	on	their	vacation	watch	list	and	then	call	to	advise	them	of	your	return.	
 Although nothing is guaranteed, by following these few simple tips you will hopefully be able to rest easier
                         while you’re away and have a more safe and enjoyable vacation.
             Remember, be proactive not reactive - Join A St. John Neighborhood Watch Group!
                           For information Contact Sgt. R. P. Selby at 427-8706
                                                        6                                                     •	 Police,	Fire,	and	neighbors	can	quickly	and		 	
                                                                        directly contact a citizen or business owner
                     MyContact411 is an Emergency                       to help with their home or business in cases of
                        Preparedness        and       Child             property damage, suspicious behavior, lost pets,
                          Protection service that is                    or natural disaster.
                          endorsed by the St. John Police            •	 Senior	citizens’	families	can	be	contacted		     	
                          Department. It allows our                     immediately in cases of emergency.
                          citizens to receive calls directly         •	 The	Medical	Information	Registry	allows		        	
                         to their cell phone without                    Emergency Responders to access health
                      having to provide their number                    information that can expedite medical treatment.
                  or disclose their identity. By placing
            a Membership # sticker on the provided                   •	 Lost	property	(bikes,	laptops,	luggage,	iPods,		 	
          home markers, key / luggage tags, My Child                    phones) can be returned directly to the owner.
Safeguard™ cards, or directly on your property, you                  •	 And	many	more.
can be contacted immediately in emergencies, by your               Gain the piece of mind that your children, health,
neighbors, or a Good Samaritan on issues of your                   residence, and property are protected 24 hours a day,
children, health, residence and property.                          while at home, work or traveling, for $5 - $7 / month.
My Child Safeguard ID cards and wristbands protect                 To find out more information or to subscribe, visit
children’s identities from predators by removing their    Help make St. John a
name and phone number on their bags and belongings.                more connected community.
They also create a direct link to contact Parents                  NOTE: Representative from MyContact411 will have
immediately for safety issues, separated children,                 a table at St. John’s Law Enforcement Day on August
medical emergency, and lost property.                              29th. Take a moment to stop by and get more info on
Some of the many benefits of this program include:                 these invaluable programs.

MSD’s LOW INCOME                                              FEDERAL TAX
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM                                            CREDITS AVAILABLE
MSD offers an expanded low income sewer assistance
program to qualified single family homeowners who             Been thinking about replacing those old windows or
receive sewer and stormwater service from MSD.                adding more insulation? Do you worry each summer
                                                              and winter if your air conditioner or furnace is going
Qualified customers will receive a rate reduction             to make it through that season? Perhaps you might
equal to 50% of the current charges for wastewater            want to think a little harder about actually replacing
and/or storm water services on their monthly sewer            them now. The American Recovery and Reinvestment
bill.                                                         Act of 2009 (ARRA) provides energy incentives for
To find out more about the program call                       both individuals and businesses. For Residential
1-866-281-5737 or request information by e-mail               Energy Property Credit (Section 1121), the new
from                                  law increases the energy tax credit for homeowners
                                                              who make energy efficient improvements to their
                                                              existing homes. The new law increases the credit
LACLEDE GAS’ REBATE                                           rate to 30 percent of the cost of all qualifying
                                                              improvements and raises the maximum credit limit
PROGRAM EXTENDED                                              to $1,500 for improvements placed in service in
                                                                                 2009 and 2010. The credit applies
Laclede’s rebate programs for residential and                                         to improvements such as
commercial/industrial (C/I) customers will be                                          adding insulation, energy
available while funding remains through July 31, 2010.                                  efficient exterior windows
Customers can receive a rebate check for installing                                     and energy-efficient heating
energy efficiency measures, including ENERGYSTAR                                       and air conditioning systems.
thermostats and high-efficiency heating equipment.                                       Contact your tax advisor for
For more information on the residential program, ask                                     more information on any
your heating contractor, visit                                       energy credits you might
conservation or call the residential rebate coordinator                                  qualify for.
at 866-542-4352.

A public hearing was held in conjunction with the             Some of the basic requirements of the program are:
July 6, 2009 City Council meeting regarding how               •	 The	home	must	be	owner	occupied	(no	monies			
best to use the $ 21,400 of Community Development                will be made available to rental properties);
Block Grant monies the City will receive for 2010.
Based upon community input at that public hearing,            •	 The	homeowner	must	submit	income	information		
the City Council decided to designate the whole                  to see if they qualify;
amount for low to moderate income home repair.                •	 Each	qualifying	homeowner	may	receive	up	to			
What this means is that those homeowners who meet                $5,000 for home repairs (until the $21,400 is
St. Louis County’s low to moderate income guidelines             gone);
will be able to call in to the Home Improvement               •	 Once	the	repairs	are	made,	you	must	agree	to	live		
Information Line (615-8232) after January 1st, 2010,             in the house for 5 years (if you move out sooner,
and have their names placed on a waiting list. Once              you will have to pay the money back).
the monies are available from the federal government          If you are interested in this program call the Home
in 2010, names will be taken from that list on a first        Improvement Information Line after September 1st.
come first served basis and representatives from St.          They will not open the sign up list until that time.
Louis County will work with those homeowners in
getting the necessary repairs made.

Do you have a few hours a month to make a                     to medical appointments is the most critical need
difference in the life of an older neighbor? That’s all       but there are many ways you can help. Training
it takes to help an older adult continue to maintain          and mileage reimbursement are available. Help
a fulfilling and independent lifestyle. The St. Louis         us help others. To find out more about how you
County Older Resident Programs (CORP) offers                  can make a difference in an older person’s life call
many wonderful volunteer opportunities to be of               314-615-4516.
service to your older neighbors. Transportation

   CITY WIDE GARAGE SALE                                        Reminder…
                                                                Property owners, tenants or agents are required to
     This year’s sale was the best one yet. Not                 cut, destroy and/or remove weeds or grass found
      just because of the participation (which                  growing along their property, adjoining right-of-
    was great as well) but because the weather                  way, sidewalks and along the street curb.
     cooperated and gave us a nice sunny day.
     Thank you all for your participation. In
       addition, the City would like to thank
    Sandy Menge for again posting and taking
     down all the directional signs. Those are
     really important in getting customers to
     our sellers. Now you can start saving up
     items for next year’s sale. Remember, it
    will be the first Saturday in June, which is
                       June 5th.

Three years ago, the City hired a consultant to develop          If you visit St. John Park now you will see that the
a master plan for St. John and Home Heights parks.               walking trail is almost finished. Once completed it will
The residents who participated in the public hearings            be almost a one-quarter mile long concrete walking
associated with developing this master plan said that            trail with eight exercise stations placed around the park.
two amenities they wanted to see were walking trails             The exercise stations will consist of air walkers, leg
and exercise equipment.                                          presses, multi-bars, pull up and dip stations, a rowing
Last year the City applied for a grant from the Municipal        machine, and a sit up board. These exercise stations
Park Grants Commission to build this walking trail and           are scheduled to be installed in early August. As a final
related improvements. Monies from this grant come                touch, a 15’ gazebo is being constructed just under the
from the Parks and Storm Water Tax that was voted on             trees in the center of the park.
by voters approximately 5 years ago.

TRASH SERVICE TIDBITS:                                           WOODSON TERRACE
Please remember to properly place your container
at curbside for pickup. Please utilize the proper                SWIMMING POOL
procedures:                                                                              Residents should note that
    1. Place cart one foot from curb or edge of                                          Woodson Terrace is only
       street.                                                                           making family swim passes
    2. Place the cart four feet mailbox, tree or                                         available for non-Woodson
       automobile.                                                                       Terrace residents. In the
    3. Keep container ten feet from cars parked                                          past they have been gracious
       in street.                                                                        enough to open their pool to a
    4. If you have multi carts, please keep three                                        couple of adjacent communities
       feet between carts.                                       for their residents’ use. Due to problems in recent
    5. Remember to place the arrows on the lid                   years, they have decided to limit non-residents usage
       pointing towards the street and handles toward            to families only. For further information on obtaining
       the house.                                                a family pass, please call 427-2600.

                        Shepard Funeral Chapel
                              9255 Natural Bridge, St. Louis, MO 63134
                             Bus. (314) 426-6000 • Fax (314) 426-8999

          Family Owned and Operated by the Shepard family since 1906
            Prearrangement Services and Counseling are available

                                              Services include:                            Est. 1906

             • Traditional Service with visitation      • Immediate burial with no viewing (Graveside)

             • Cremation Services Traditional with Viewing          • Shipping services into or out of town
                Privately with Memorial Services
                                                                    • Body donations to science

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH                                           NATURAL GAS
RECRUITMENT DRIVE                                            SAFETY TIPS
Your St. John Police Department wants to teach               Check connections on natural gas appliances. Flexible
residents how to be an active participant in fighting        pipe connectors can begin to leak over time and
crime. Developing an active Neighborhood Watch               should be inspected regularly.Connectors should be
Program on your street can be that first step.               replaced if found to be in poor condition and should
Not only will you learn how and what to look for             never be reused from one appliance to the next.
when observing a crime; but you will also learn how          Gas Pipes should be capped whenever an appliance
to properly report crime. In addition, you will have         is disconnected. Also, never use gas pipes as
an opportunity to meet your neighbors.                       clotheslines, free-form closets or grounds for
We need your help to make our neighborhood a safe            electrical appliances.Undue stress could result in a
place. Help your police department and help your             breakage or leak.
community by starting a Neighborhood Watch Group             For more information, please visit
in your area today.                                
Contact Sgt. Selby at 427-8706 for further

                The St. John Police Department was successful in obtaining a grant from the Missouri
               Department of Transportation Highway Safety Division to conduct several sobriety
               checkpoints throughout the year.
              One weekend each month, St. John Police will be conducting sobriety checkpoints. Drivers
              suspected of intoxication will be given a brief field sobriety test. Confirmed drunk drivers
                             will be arrested.
                                 While some area motorists may be slightly inconvenienced by these stops,
                                 citizen patience and cooperation will assist in this important safety effort.

                                    City of St. John                                            PRSRT STD
       SEAT BELT                    8944 Saint Charles Rock Road                               U.S. POSTAGE
                                    Suite 100
   ENFORCEMENT LAW                  St. John, MO 63114-4200                                    ST. LOUIS, MO
                                                                                              PERMIT NO. 495
  This existing ordinance
   was recently amended
    to make all seat belt
    violations become a
 primary violation. In the
 past, additional violations
    had to exist prior to
 being cited for a seat belt
 violation. As a “primary”
     violation, no other
       violations need
           to exist.
     Please buckle up.
       It’s the law!!

   GENERAL INFORMATION                                           Police Administrative Offices
                                                                 427-8706, #5 (Mon-Fri, 8 am - 5 pm)
City Council                 Administration
Mayor, Lee Taylor            Terry D. Milam • 427-8706 #5        Non-emergency Police Dispatcher
8917 McNulty • 423-9349      City Manager/Police Chief           889-2341 (after office hours)
Ward I                       Connie Sieveking • 427-8700 #3      City Hall Administrative Offices
Skip Lowry                   Asst. City Manager
 3508 Connor • 429-3747                                          427-8700, #3 (Mon-Fri, 8 am - 5 pm)
Justin Saffell               John R. Morris • 427-8706 #5
                             Police Captain                      Municipal Court Offices
 8647 Ardelia • 428-4647                                         427-6544, #6 (Mon-Fri, 8 am - 5 pm)
Penny Degardin               James Phillips • 427-8700 #3
 3414 Ginger • 429-5662      Public Works Director               Senior Coordinator Office
Ward II                      Kathy Wilson • 427-6544 #6          427-8700, #214 (Mon-Fri, 8 am - 2 pm)
Mary Halaska                 Court Administrator                 Court closes at 3 pm on Court Days and
  9221 Central • 427-7154                                        reopens at 6:30 pm. No Telephone Service
Jim Hess                     Donna Davis • 427-8700 #3
                             City Clerk                          During Court Nights
  3526 Boswell • 429-4574
                             Regular council meetings held 1st
                                                                 DIAL 911 FOR EMERGENCIES
Bill Bales
  9077 Pallardy • 428-3555   and 3rd Mondays at 7 pm
                             2nd Floor Council Chambers

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