Notice is hereby given that the City of Crystal Lake Park invites proposals for 2017-2019 Professional Audit Services, within the City of Crystal Lake Park. Bids shall be provided to City Treasurer Lea Ann Layden, CPA on behalf of the City of Crystal Lake Park by March 28, 2017 before 10:00 a.m. at Frontenac City Hall located at 10555 Clayton Road St. Louis, MO 63131. An envelope sealed and marked “Audit Proposal” with three (3) copies of your proposal should be received on or before the date and time specified above. No facsimiles will be accepted. The proposals will be publicly opened and read at 10:00 a.m. on March 28, 2017 at Frontenac City Hall, 10555 Clayton Road, Frontenac, MO 63131.
When inclement weather is in the forecast, the streets will be treated in advance with salt. The amount of snowfall will be monitored and, if needed, the streets will be plowed and treated with salt. If there isn’t enough snow to plow, the streets will be treated with salt and calcium mix, depening on temperatures.
Questions: Contact Street Commissioner Sam Marcus (email@example.com) or 314-398-4055.
Residents can help by parking in driveways so the streets can be salted and plowed efficiently and safely. Thanks.
Attached please find the Crystal Lake Park Tentative Meeting dates for 2017.
BOA: Generally the FOURTH Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Advise Mayor and Clerk if you cannot attend so a quorum can be established. The new schedule was adopted November 2017.
PZ/ARB: 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Please advise chair and planner if you can’t attend so a quorum can be established.
BZA: 4th Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. if an issue arises. Please advise chair and planner if you can’t attend so a quorum can be established.
A general municipal election shall be held in the City of Crystal Lake Park, Missouri, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, to select an Alderperson Ward 1, Alderperson Ward 2, for two-year terms of office. The Candidtes are: Nancy Brooks, Ward 1 and Dennis Nahnsen in Ward 2.
Both candidates are running unapposed. The City appreciates their willingness to serve on the Board of Alderpersons. CLP residents vote at Frontenac City Hall, 10555 Clayton Road, Frontenac, MO 63131.
Please Note: When there is inclement weather and Progressive does not run its trucks, pickups will roll forward as they do after a Trash Holiday.
The normal trash collection days are:
CLP pays for two pickups per week in Hunter Park.
Six Trash Holidays are observed: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independencd Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day (If any of them come on the weekend, there will be no change in the collection schedule).
Reminder: Residents are allowed to have one large item picked up per week, but must call Customer Service at least 24 hours in advance to arrange for it. There could be some restrictions on appliances such as refrigerators if the refrigerant has not been removed. Please call Customer Support at: 636-321-2100.
Angela McCormick's normal hours are 9 a.m. to Noon on Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays. Angela is a Notary Public and will notorize documents for residents during her business hours. Her office is on the second floor of Frontenac City Hall, 10555 Clayton Road, Frontenac, MO 63131
City Clerk’s schedule in March & April 2017:
On March 14th & March 15th she will be in Columbia for the MoCCFOA Spring Institute
She will be in the office until 10:30 a.m on March 16th.
She will be out of town March 20th to March 24th for Spring Break, returning on Monday, March 27th.
She will be out of town from March 30th to April 3rd
She will return on April 4th and will work on April 4th through the 6th
In her absence, please contact the following for specific issues:
The e-mail addresses of City Officials are listed on the web site.
All CLP Meetings are held in Frontenac's Municipal Complex (City Hall)
10555 Clayton Road, Frontenac, MO 63131
Agendas are posted on the web and on the Bulletin Board at least 24 hours before any meeting.
Crystal Lake park’s first Little Free Library was installed at the Larson's home 2126 Oak Drive in May. Stop by & check it out. Take a Book; Leave a Book. A photo is attached below.
Thanks to CLP residents who donated money and labor to make it happen: Jim & Susie Cooper, Peg & Lee Crockett, Steve Jokerst, Barry & Kelly Larson, Nancy & Jeff Rifkin, Bonnie Taylor & Lydia Ruffin, and Jonathan Carey-Voris
Robert Mayer on East Drive recently found an Animal Tax tag from 1978 when he was digging in his yard. The text stamped on it reads:
Does anyone remember these tags? How much was the tax? Did it apply to all pets? Was the "45" stamped on this tag a sequential number? (I don't think it could be an address.)
A photo is attached below.
Thanks, Robert. What other treasures are buried?