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House-approved Financial CHOICE Act a Luetkemeyer Priority

June 9, 2017
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House-approved Financial CHOICE Act a Luetkemeyer Priority

June is an incredibly busy legislative month for the House of Representatives and my colleagues and I got to work right out of the gate by passing a bill that I have discussed in my bulletin frequently, the Financial CHOICE Act – the alternative to Dodd-Frank. The Financial CHOICE Act is really quite simple....

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Dardenne Prairie Proposes New City Flag

June 9, 2017
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Dardenne Prairie Proposes New City Flag

Two flags were shown to the Board and to the citizens attending the BOA meeting last night. The design features the Dardenne Prairie logo consisting of the City’s name and initials imposed over a golden triangle and head of wheat. The flag design may be printed on either a white flag or black flag....

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Congressman Luetkemeyer Wants Needed Reforms in the National Flood Insurance Program

June 8, 2017
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Congressman Luetkemeyer Wants Needed Reforms in the National Flood Insurance Program

The current disaster has served as a reminder of the important role flood insurance plays in recovery efforts. In light of the reality that a flood disaster will eventually occur again in Missouri, I am working closely with my colleagues on the House Financial Services Committee to bring much needed reforms to the National...

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Text-to-911 Service Launches in St. Charles County

June 7, 2017
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Text-to-911 Service Launches in St. Charles County

St. Charles County residents and those traveling through the county now can use text-to-911 on mobile devices at times when a 911 call is not safe or practical. This service is the latest step in a county-wide upgrade of the 911 system. “St. Charles County is one of only a handful of counties and...

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Secretary Ashcroft Speaks in Dardenne Prairie to Explain New Photo ID Law

June 6, 2017
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Secretary Ashcroft Speaks in Dardenne Prairie to Explain New Photo ID Law

The Board of Aldermen met on Wednesday May 17 in Workshop and Regular Sessions. Board actions included: •Approval of permits for the Immaculate Conception of Dardenne Parish Picnic on June 2-4. •Award of a contract to the low bidder, M&H Concrete Contractors, Inc., for replacement of concrete slabs in the Lewis & Clark subdivision...

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Troy May Sales Tax Deposits 16.41% Higher Than Last May

June 5, 2017
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Troy May Sales Tax Deposits 16.41% Higher Than Last May

Mr. Ed Rapien, representing Jim Trenary Ford, made a presentation and request for the dealership to have a special vehicle sales event in Walmart’s parking lot. They would have about 80 used cars (not older than five years old), a temporary office and a huge tent. There are several issues that need to be...

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Congressman Luetkemeyer on Most Productive Congress

June 2, 2017
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Congressman Luetkemeyer on Most Productive Congress

The House of Representatives has wrapped up the first five months of the 115th Congress and I am pleased to report that this current House has been the most productive during the first 100 days of a new presidency in nearly 30 years. During the first 100 days, the House passed 103 pieces of...

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MOGOP Names Keelie Broom Communications Director

June 1, 2017
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MOGOP Names Keelie Broom Communications Director

Yesterday, the Missouri Republican Party named Keelie Broom as its Communications Director. Broom, a Mississippi native, earned a Bachelor of Arts from Millsaps College, where she was awarded the John F. Kennedy Award for Political Science. Broom then graduated from Tulane University Law School and spent several years in practice as a civil litigator....

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Prop Q Projects Open House on Thursday

May 31, 2017
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Prop Q Projects Open House on Thursday

The City of St. Peters will host a Prop Q Projects Open House this Thursday, June 1, 2017, from 4-7 p.m. at St. Peters Golf Course. The public is invited to view designs of two projects approved by voters through Prop Q: •Golf Course Clubhouse and New Banquet/Community Center •Outdoor Aquatic Center Learn more...

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Chamber Awards Four Scholarships

May 30, 2017
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Chamber Awards Four Scholarships

The Western St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce selected four local students to receive scholarships this year. The four students selected were: Joshua Parmentier from Liberty High School, Muhammad Alasgarli from Liberty High School, Benjamin Collins from Liberty High School, and Cecelia Peine from Holt High School. “The Western St. Charles County Chamber’s over...

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