Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Hazelwood City Council will decide on contracting a company to mill and lay asphalt on specific streets throughout the city.
The Hazelwood City Council will convene Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., to discuss city business. The council will meet in its chambers at Hazelwood City Hall. Hazelwood City Manager Edwin Carlstrom will present the council with information and make recommendations regarding contracting a company to mill and lay asphalt on streets throughout the city. Council will also recognize three Hazelwood Police Department officers recently promoted. The list includes Maj. Henry Mansker, Cpt. Kenneth Jewson and Cpt. James Hudanick. At its last meeting, re-elected council members took their oaths of office. Steve Day, senior director of operations at HMSHost, also approached council representing Tony Roma's. He asked council to transfer the restaurant's …
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Hazelwood City Council members of odd numbered wards were sworn into office at Wednesday's meeting after city clerk Colleen Wolf certified the April 2 election results.
One-by-one, four Hazelwood City Council members stood in front of residents and assured everyone of their dedication to the job. Each, under oath, said they have what it takes to be a councilperson. "(I) affirm that I possess all of the qualifications for my office as described by the charter and ordinances of the city of Hazelwood," each said. Carol Stroker, Russell Todd, Ro Hendon and Don Ryan all swore to also support the constitutional laws of the United States of America, the state of Missouri and Hazelwood, along with a few other assurances as they took their oaths of office at Wednesday's council meeting. City clerk Colleen Wolf certified the results of the April 2 election, in which only they, the incumbents filed, for city council…
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
And, Hazelwood City Council will vote on approving a contract for a company to execute the city's annual July 4 fireworks display. Will you be attending Wednesday's council meeting?
The Hazelwood City Council will convene Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., to discuss city business. The council will meet in its chambers at Hazelwood City Hall. There will be a citizen's hearing where Tony Roma's liquor license will be discussed. The restaurant was in hot water after it, along with an area gas station, was reprimanded for serving alcohol to minors. Five-year service anniversaries for Councilman Warren Taylor and Councilwoman Mary Singleton will be acknowledged. City clerk Colleen Wolf will also certify the results of the April 2 election, in which only the incumbents filed to run for city council. Following the election results, council members Carol Stroker, Russell Todd, Ro Hendon and Don Ryan will take their oaths of office. …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Hazelwood City Council's pension plan now encompasses protection for those that die while active in military service.
The Hazelwood City Council has heart. It passed an amendment to its retirement plan which brings it line with the Heart Act (Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Tax Act). The Heart Act states that if a pension participant enters the military service and dies while in service, that military service time will be counted under the plan toward vested service to determine eligibility for death benefits. City Manager Edwin Carlstrom said a similar change has already been made to the employees’ retirement plan. Essentially, employers will be required to treat workers as if they were rehired the day before they died or became disabled thereby ensuring the worker was covered by the plan at the time of death or disability, according to the Pension…
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Will you be attending Wednesday's Hazelwood City Council meeting?
The Hazelwood City Council will convene Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., to discuss city business. The council will meet in its chambers at Hazelwood City Hall. Hazelwood City Manager Edwin Carlstrom will present the council with information and make recommendations regarding hiring a contractor for a pyro-musical fireworks display for its annual July 4 event. The owners of Pino's Italian Restaurant will also appear before council requesting an additional 90 day temporary liquor license for the business located at 7217 N. Lindbergh Boulevard. City Council will also hold a final vote on hiring a contractor to install a new roof at Hazelwood Civic Center East. Like Patch on Facebook. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter or signup for the Patch …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
The flooring will be put into the Hazelwood Community Center's warming room.
The carpet at the Hazelwood Community Center has to go, and Hazelwood City Council approved a recommended bid to replace it. Hazelwood city manager Edwin Carlstrom recommended a contract with Classic Carpet and Flooring, located in Florissant, for removal and disposal of the existing carpet and purchase and installation of new flooring in the Hazelwood Community Center warming room. City council approved the contract with the cost for the carpet to not exceed $11,550 at Wednesday's meeting. "Six bids were received and Classic Carpet was the low bidder", Carlstrom said. The project is funded via the city's capital improvement budget. Remember you can like Hazelwood Patch on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HazelwoodPatch. Don't forget to visit …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Hazelwood City Council will also have final vote on several bills including an economic development and new employment training and opportunities loan agreement.
Hazelwood City Council will convene Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., to discuss city business. Council will meet in its chambers at Hazelwood City Hall. Council will meet the Robertson Fire Protection District's new fire chief. Hazelwood city manager Edwin Carlstrom will also present council with information and make recommendations regarding amendments to an agreement with GKN Aerospace North America for services, as well as to a law on prohibited traffic turns. City Council also has a several items up for final vote including: Will you be attending Wednesday's Hazelwood City Council meeting?
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Plus, will there be more upgrades to the Missouri Bottom Road reconstruction project?
It appears Hazelwood will finally have a new chief of police following former chief Carl Wolf's retirement July 1, 2012. Hazelwood City Council will convene Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., to discuss city business. Council will meet in its chambers at Hazelwood City Hall, and a new chief will be announced and introduced. Hazelwood Police Captain Gregg Hall has been serving as acting chief since Wolf stepped down. Also on Wednesday's agenda, city manager Edwin Carlstrom will discuss some items regarding the Missouri Bottom Road reconstruction project, the possibility of a new employment training agreement and bid recommendations for flooring replacement at Hazelwood Community Center. Will you be attending Wednesday's Hazelwood City Council meeting?
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
City Council seats representing Wards 1, 3, 5, and 7 in the City of Hazelwood are expiring.
The deadline has approached to file as a candidate for several Hazelwoood City Council seats for the April 2, 2013 municipal election. On that day residents will go to the polls to vote for one council member in each of the city’s wards where terms are set to expire. Positions up for grabs include wards 1, 3, 5 and 7. To be eligible to run, a candidate has to be at least 21 years old prior to taking office, a U.S. citizen, a resident of the city for the full year preceding the election and a resident of the ward from which he or she is elected for at least six months prior to the election. (Get instant news updates. Like Hazelwood Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.) City clerk Colleen Wolf confirmed with Hazelwood Patch that as of…
Two board seats are up during this election season with one newcomer and one incumbent filing to take the spots.
The deadline has approached to file as a candidate for board positions with the Special School District of St. Louis County (SSD), for the 2013 municipal election season. SSD handles the election process a in a different manner than other municipal elections. Nancy Ide, SSD's Chief Communications Officer said the district has one candidate for each of the two seats up for re-election. "With the passage of Proposition S in 1998, SSD Board of Education members are elected by the District’s Governing Council," Ide said. "The Governing Council will interview both candidates and hold an election at its meeting." (Get instant news updates. Like Hazelwood Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.) The Council is comprised of one Board of …