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Ballwin identifies future needs of trees

The value and functions of trees in suburban communities probably aren’t top-of-mind issues for many people. But a new street tree survey in the city of Ballwin spotlights that information and quantifies it in dollars and cents.

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Ballwin officials team up on swearing-in

The swearing in of the recently elected and re-elected members of the Ballwin Board of Aldermen featured a team of people who administered the oath of office to the six city officials at the board’s April 27 meeting.

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Chesterfield appointments spark City Council debate

The collegial atmosphere that typically prevails during Chesterfield City Council meetings was replaced by clouds of division as council members pushed back on Mayor Bob Nation’s appointment of an interim city attorney as well as committee assignments at the April 22 session.

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Reading garden coming to Chesterfield

Ground was broken on April 12, to make way for the Jai Nagarkatti Monsanto Company Reading Garden on 1.25 acres, located between St. Louis County’s Samuel C. Sachs Branch and the Chesterfield Amphitheater in Central Park on property donated by the late Louis Sachs.

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