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Write-In Candidate – Ward 1 – April 6, 2021 Municipal Election

posted Mar 2, 2021, 9:27 AM by City Clerk

Write-In Candidate – Ward 1 – April 6, 2021 Municipal Election

 The City has an open seat for Alderperson in Ward 1 for the upcoming April 6, 2021 election. Since no one filed for the election, the St. Louis County Board of Elections will accept write-in candidates for the open position. On Election Day, Ward 1 voters can write in the candidate of their choice, including themselves. The Board of Elections will count all write-in votes and will certify the results to the city. After the Board’s certification, it is up to the Board of Alderpersons to determine whether candidates are qualified and who is elected. 

 At the February 22, 2021 Board of Alderpersons meeting the following process was approved in terms of Write-In Candidates:

  1.  The City Clerk shall determine which candidates are qualified by law to serve. To qualify for office, a person must at least 21 years old, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Ward 1 since at least April 6, 2020.
  2. Of those candidates qualified to serve, the City Clerk shall then contact the recipient of the most votes cast to determine whether he or she is willing to serve. If the leading qualified candidate (most votes cast) is willing to serve, he or she will be accepted as the new Alderperson for Ward 1.
  3.  If the leading qualified candidate is not willing to serve, the City Clerk will contact the next qualified candidate based on number of votes cast to determine their willingness to serve, and this process may be repeated until a qualified and willing candidate is identified. 
  4. If no candidate is both qualified and willing, the office will be deemed vacant, and it will be filled by the mayor’s appointment with the Board of Alderperson’s consent.

 Any qualified Ward 1 residents who are interested in running for the open seat are encouraged to write their name on the April 6, 2021 ballot and ask fellow residents in Ward 1 to do the same. Should you have questions, please contact the city clerk at cityclerk@crystallakepark.org or 314-993-1160.

All residents whose addresses are on these streets are in Ward 1:  Bedford Drive, Bopp Road, Crystal Drive, Grandview Drive, Lakeview Drive, Mattox Court, South Drive, and Spring Drive.

These addresses on Country Club Drive, East Drive, and Oak Drive are also in Ward 1:

11908   Country Club Drive
11920   Country Club Drive
11928   Country Club Drive
11948   Country Club Drive
11954   Country Club Drive

2101     East Drive
2104     East Drive
2106     East Drive
2107     East Drive
2110     East Drive
2112     East Drive
2113     East Drive
2116     East Drive
2121     East Drive
2122     East Drive
2126     East Drive
2129     East Drive

2104     Oak Drive
2114     Oak Drive
2123     Oak Drive
2126     Oak Drive
2130     Oak Drive
2131     Oak Drive
2132     Oak Drive

St. Louis County COVID-19 Update ~ March 1, 2021

posted Mar 1, 2021, 9:39 AM by City Clerk

March 1, 2021
 
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update
 
County to Hold Mass Vaccination Event March 6
 
Saint Louis County will work with the Missouri National Guard to conduct a large-scale vaccination event from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at the North County Recreational Center at 2577 Redman Ave. About two thousand doses will be administered.
 
County Executive Sam Page urged all eligible residents to register for the event by visiting stlcorona.com. The Department of Public Health will make appointments by pulling from its pre-registration list. Anyone who is pre-registered, regardless of their eligibility tier, may be selected. No walk-up service is available. 
 
This follows a successful large-scale vaccination event held at UMSL two weeks ago.  
 
Vaccine Eligibility to Expand to Teachers and Other Essential Workers
 
Starting on March 15, the state of Missouri will expand its eligibility criteria to include those who work in education, child care, and infrastructure fields. While this is good news for teachers and others who have been waiting for their vaccine, the county cautions that there remain hundreds of thousands of people in the tiers above who are on pre-registration lists awaiting an appointment.
St. Louis County is already working with school districts to ensure that the tens of thousands of teachers who work in the County can get vaccinations quickly and efficiently. Providing a safe learning environment for students and staff is a top priority.
While 125,000 County residents have received at least one dose, St. Louis County and the state estimate that there are likely still 370,000 people or more who already qualify for the vaccine who have not yet received it.  
The County has been building infrastructure for high-capacity vaccine delivery and has the ability to administer more doses than the state currently provides. The Department of Public Health is hopeful that the supply will increase soon. The FDA’s approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a step in that direction. 
County officials ask for the public’s patience and understanding as we continue to administer shots as quickly and efficiently as we can. Residents who have more questions or wish to register for their vaccine should visit stlcorona.com.

February 24, 2021 ~ St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

posted Feb 25, 2021, 7:38 AM by City Clerk

February 24, 2021
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

County Prepared to Administer Increased Vaccine Supply
 
On Tuesday, St. Louis County received 6,000 vaccine doses from the state of Missouri. That delivery contained last week’s doses, which were delayed by the weather, as well as this week’s doses. Over the next seven days, we intend to administer 6,000 first doses and 3,000 second doses for a total of 9,000 vaccinations. That will be a new record for St. Louis County.

In the future the county expects to receive 3,000 doses per week, an amount that should grow once the state receives more vaccine supply. County officials are building capacity to administer up to 10,000 doses per week. 

Vaccinations will be available at the John. C. Murphy health center in Berkeley, the Florissant Valley campus of St. Louis Community College in Ferguson, and fire district sites in Affton, Bridgeton, Eureka, Maryland Heights, Mehlville and Pattonville. All vaccinations are by appointment only.

The Department of Public Health now recommends that residents register with multiple vaccinators to have the best chance at getting an appointment. 
  • First, register with St. Louis County by visiting stlcorona.com. Click on the vaccine registration link.
  • Second, register on the state’s vaccine navigator site. Go to covidvaccine.mo.gov and click on “register now.”
  • Third, register on area hospital websites. All of our region’s hospital systems are taking registrations from the public.
  • Finally, contact local pharmacies. Some locations may become approved vaccination sites.

While multiple registrations are recommended, it’s important to only accept one appointment.

See Something/Say Something – Contacting the Frontenac Police Department

posted Feb 23, 2021, 10:01 AM by City Clerk

See Something/Say Something – Contacting the Frontenac Police Department

 City officials have received reports of incidents that have taken place within the city; however, the police were not contacted at the time of the incident. For instance, on Friday, February 12, 2021, residents witnessed individuals trespassing and playing on the frozen waterway in the Willows; however, the police were not called. The matter was brought to the attention of city officials on February 13, 2021. It is imperative that all residents contact the police when incidents such as these are taking place, as they can provide an immediate response, especially when serious injury or harm are a possibility. City officials are limited and have little recourse in addressing the issue after the fact.  In an emergency please call 911. For non-emergency, the Frontenac Police Dispatch can be reached at 314-737-4600. Thank you for your assistance.

Addressing Speeding Delivery Trucks

posted Feb 23, 2021, 9:57 AM by City Clerk

It has been brought to the city’s attention that residents have witnessed delivery trucks (FedEx, Amazon, UPS, etc.) speeding through the city. The Frontenac Police have been made aware of the situation. Each delivery truck is labeled with a unique identification number. We are asking for assistance from our residents that when such incidents are witnessed please try to obtain the truck’s identification number.  Once obtained, please share the date, time, company name and identification number with the Police Commissioner, Elizabeth Allen (policecommissioner@crystallakepark.org) or contact the Frontenac Police Department at 314-737-4600. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Write-In Candidate – Ward 1 – April 6, 2021 Municipal Election

posted Feb 23, 2021, 9:55 AM by City Clerk

Write-In Candidate – Ward 1 – April 6, 2021 Municipal Election

 The City has an open seat for Alderperson in Ward 1 for the upcoming April 6, 2021 election. Since no one filed for the election, the St. Louis County Board of Elections will accept write-in candidates for the open position. On Election Day, Ward 1 voters can write in the candidate of their choice, including themselves. The Board of Elections will count all write-in votes and will certify the results to the city. After the Board’s certification, it is up to the Board of Alderpersons to determine whether candidates are qualified and who is elected. 

 At the February 22, 2021 Board of Alderpersons meeting the following process was approved in terms of Write-In Candidates:

  1.  The City Clerk shall determine which candidates are qualified by law to serve. To qualify for office, a person must at least 21 years old, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Ward 1 since at least April 6, 2020.
  2. Of those candidates qualified to serve, the City Clerk shall then contact the recipient of the most votes cast to determine whether he or she is willing to serve. If the leading qualified candidate (most votes cast) is willing to serve, he or she will be accepted as the new Alderperson for Ward 1.
  3.  If the leading qualified candidate is not willing to serve, the City Clerk will contact the next qualified candidate based on number of votes cast to determine their willingness to serve, and this process may be repeated until a qualified and willing candidate is identified. 
  4. If no candidate is both qualified and willing, the office will be deemed vacant, and it will be filled by the mayor’s appointment with the Board of Alderperson’s consent.

 Any qualified Ward 1 residents who are interested in running for the open seat are encouraged to write their name on the April 6, 2021 ballot and ask fellow residents in Ward 1 to do the same. Should you have questions, please contact the city clerk at cityclerk@crystallakepark.org or 314-993-1160.

St. Louis County COVID-19 Update - February 22, 2021

posted Feb 23, 2021, 7:28 AM by City Clerk

February 22, 2021
 
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update
 
Mass Vaccination Event Raises County Total Vaccinations Above 20,000
 
On Saturday, Feb. 20, the Department of Public Health partnered with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency and the University of Missouri—St. Louis to host a mass vaccination event that served 2,375 people. The even ran smoothly with the help of 150 volunteers from the community, most of whom worked alongside staff as vaccinators.
 
County Executive Page announced that these shots bring the total number of vaccine doses delivered in the county to 20,851. This figure reflects 16,551 people who have received one or both doses. Residents who want a slot at a future mass vaccination event can pre-register with the state at covidvaccine.mo.gov.
 
Shipment Expected Following Inclement Weather
 
Last week’s winter storm delayed the 3,000 vaccine doses that were scheduled for delivery to DPH. As a result, the state will deliver two weeks’ worth of vaccine to the county this week. With 6,000 doses on hand, DPH hopes to work quickly through those in eligible tiers who have pre-registered. 
 
Anyone who has not yet done so can visit stlcorona.com to fill out a pre-registration form. Residents may pre-register with both the state and county, as well as any other health care providers who offer the vaccine. DPH will contact people from the pre-registration list as they become eligible under state guidelines to make appointments.
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Agenda - Board of Alderpersons Meeting - 2/22/2021

posted Feb 18, 2021, 12:03 PM by City Clerk   [ updated Feb 22, 2021, 9:25 AM ]

This serves as a notification that due to the COVID 19 pandemic and public health regulations adopted by St. Louis County; the City of Crystal Lake Park Board of Alderpersons meeting will be conducted virtually.  The meeting will be held via Zoom video conference.

The meeting agenda and packet are attached to this announcement. 

 Topic: City of Crystal Lake Park Board of Alderpersons February 22, 2021

Time: Feb 22, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Waste Connections Trash Service Update as of 2/17/2021

posted Feb 17, 2021, 5:30 PM by City Clerk

Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented weather event.  We understand that this has been a challenging week.  Tomorrow, Thursday February 18th we will be running our residential Thursday routes and Friday, February 19th we will be running  our Friday routes in the St. Louis Metro.  If your pick up day was this past Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, and the weather prevented us from serving you, we  will pick up your extra week of household trash next week.  Please place the extra trash outside of your container in personal cans or bags.   Again, we understand the frustration but please know that because of the inclement weather we would not jeopardize the Safety our Residents and Drivers.

 

Linda J. Jones

Division Municipal/Major Account Manager

196 NW Industrial Drive

Bridgeton, MO 63044

Linda.jones@wasteconnections.com

February 17, 2021 ~ St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

posted Feb 17, 2021, 10:35 AM by City Clerk

February 17, 2021
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update
 
Adult and Youth Sports Guidelines​
A year into this pandemic, two positive trends offer some hope: Community spread of COVID-19 is slowing down while the pace of vaccinations is picking up speed. Because of these trends, more of our public health protocols are being relaxed. 
Effective today, all three levels of adult sports - low, medium, and high frequency of contact sports - are open for play. That includes tournaments with single-competition games. That means only two teams may be present on a field or court at the same time, and participants and spectators must fully exit the area of play before the next two teams and their spectators enter the area. 
In youth sports, tournaments are now allowed as long as they, too, are played like a single competition. Other restrictions for both adult and youth Sports continue to apply, including limitations on spectators, face masks and social distancing. Players engaged in indoor sports must continue to wear face coverings even when physically active. With outdoor sports, face coverings are not required while engaged in activity.
In addition to the above changes, teams from outside the St. Louis region can play in St. Louis County as long as those teams agree to abide by St. Louis County restrictions. Competitions were previously limited to teams within the St. Louis region – Jefferson County, St. Charles County and the Metro East.
Mass Vaccination at University of Missouri St. Louis 
It was announced last week that the state has committed to providing at least 3,000 doses of vaccine per week. This will assist in our aggressive push to get as many people vaccinated as possible at several locations throughout St. Louis County. Those include a large-scale vaccination sites at Florissant Valley Community College in Ferguson, the health department in Berkeley and four fire districts – Eureka, Affton, Mehlville and Pattonville. It is anticipated that strong community partnerships like these will continue to grow as vaccine distribution increases. 
In addition, St. Louis County is partnering with the Missouri National Guard, the University of Missouri-St. Louis and the State Emergency Management Agency to conduct a mass vaccination event at the UMSL campus this Saturday. Approximately 2,200 doses are expected to be administered at the event and this will be in addition to what the state provides St. Louis County in its weekly distribution.
Registration is required for this event. Anyone who is interested in participating should sign up on the state’s vaccine website, www.covidvaccine.mo.gov. Click on the “Register Now” button. People who register starting tomorrow may select Saturday’s event, but anyone who completes the registration process will be considered depending on whether they fall into an eligible tier as defined by the state. Those who are offered appointments will receive an email with instructions.
Again, no walk-up service is available at this event. Only those registered will be seen. Depending on demand, which we anticipate will be extremely high, it’s a possibility that some people who have signed up with St. Louis County may be offered reservations Saturday.  To sign up with the County, go to www.stlcorona.com and click on “COVID-19 Vaccination Pre-Registration.”
As a reminder, we are only vaccinating individuals who fall into the categories that the state has determined can qualify to receive the vaccine – that’s Phase 1A and Phase 1B Tier 1 and Tier 2. Please be patient as the demand for the vaccines far outweighs the supply. 
Please continue to practicing personal protective measures and follow the guidelines that keep us all safe. 

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