Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The council made the second, but not final, vote toward friendly condemnation of about five properties.
Monday night the Richmond Heights City Council took a step closer to finalizing a Menards store development in the southern section of the Hadley redevelopment area–the area south of Elinor Avenue and north of W. Bruno Avenue. The council had the second reading of an ordinance to purchase the last remaining properties needed for the project through friendly condemnation. “There’s about five properties they have title issues with,” City Manager Amy Hamilton said. “Five out of 80 is a very fair number, so they’re wanting the city to enact the power of property acquisition under Chapter 353.” Hamilton said anyone can see the red line version of the changes before the final vote, which could occur at a budget workshop on April 29 or the …
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
District 3 Councilwoman Gina Mitten marked his passing during City Council's Monday meeting.
Richmond Heights resident Alex Hogue will be missed greatly, District 2 Councilwoman Gina Mitten said Monday. She spoke the announcement portion of City Council's meeting. Hogue, a lifelong resident of the city, died earlier this month. He had been scheduled to be sworn in as a member of the Maplewood Richmond Heights Board of Education. He actively attended council meetings with an eye toward development issues in Hadley Township.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
A summary of Tuesday's Hadley Township discussion and Richmond Heights City Council meeting.
- Nate Birt
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch provided live coverage of the Hadley Township discussion and Richmond Heights City Council meeting of Tuesday, Feb. 8. The meeting was scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. at The Heights community center. 8:18 P.M.: The meeting has adjourned. 8:15 P.M.: City Attorney Kenneth Heinz recommended that the resolution be amended to give the council authority to decide the details of any climate-related plan it chooses to adopt. The council has adopted the resolution. 8:12 P.M.: District 3 Councilman Ed Notter has expressed concern about committing the council to a climate plan that hasn't yet been developed. 8:08 P.M.: Thomson has expressed concerns with a resolution to participate in a Focus St. Louis climate action …
A roundup of the region's major developments for Wednesday.
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Monday, February 7, 2011
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
A community discussion of Hadley Township's future is scheduled Tuesday in Richmond Heights. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at The Heights community center. It will be followed by a regular City Council meeting at 7:30. Hadley Township's prime location near the Highway 40-Hanley Road interchange has made it a focus of developers, according to a Hadley Township Neighborhood Assessment published in 2003. It is bordered by Dale Avenue to the north and West Bruno Avenue to the south; and by Hanley Road to the west and Laclede Station Road to the east. Several developers have expressed interest in buying out property owners in the past, only to fail to follow through in the end. Most recently, the city's relationship with developer United …
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch is providing live coverage of the Jan. 4 meeting of the Richmond Heights City Council.
The Richmond Heights City Council is meeting at City Hall on Jan. 4. 8:29 p.m.: The council is entering closed session. Come back for a council recap at 10 a.m. Jan. 5 on Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch. 8:27 p.m.: The council is discussing a proposed ordinance that would increase funding provided to a surviving spouse of a Richmond Heights police or fire official in the event of his or her death. 8:20 p.m.: The council has approved a tax-rebate benefit for some Hadley Township property owners. 8:15 p.m.: The council will meet in closed session after its public session to discuss issues involving litigation and employment. 8:13 p.m.: The council has authorized the mayor to sign a preliminary funding agreement with Lodging Hospitality …