City Detectives need help to ID Robbery-Kidnapping Suspect

Detectives need assistance in identifying this suspect relative to a Robbery 1st/ Abduction that occurred on June 17,2018 at approximately 4:40 p.m. in the 4400 block of Maryland. The victim, a 25-year old white female, was walking to her vehicle, and when she opened the vehicle door the suspect, described as a black male in his mid-thirties, 5’9” to 6’0” tall, wearing a white t-shirt with Looney Tunes characters, and a blue baseball cap, approached her. The Read More…

WPLNA Meeting this Tuesday, 6/12/18

WPLNA will meet this Tuesday 6/12/18  at 7 pm at Northwest Coffee, 4251 Laclede (at Boyle).  All are welcome! We are pleased to announce that our featured speaker will be Rob Kennedy, Rainscaping Coordinator for the Missouri Botanical Garden. Rob will discuss how to create a rain garden and other permeable landscapes in both front and back yards, as well as how to apply for grant money to help cover the costs of rainscaping your Read More…

WPLNA Meeting on Tues. 5/18 at 7 pm

WPLNA Meeting this Tuesday 5/8/18 at 7 pm at Northwest Coffee, 4251 Laclede (at Boyle).  All are welcome! We plan to have two important speakers at our May meeting, both of whom will talk about exciting events in our City and our neighborhood. Liza Farr from Metro will discuss the City’s new BikeShare program. Liza has invited a representative from LimeBikes, one of the two companies involved in St. Louis’ BikeShare program, to attend our Read More…

WPLNA Meeting – Tuesday, April 10 @ 7pm – NW Coffee

Please plan to attend our upcoming April 10, 2018 meeting, which promises to have one of the fullest (and perhaps even crowded!) agendas in recent WPLNA history! We will meet at Northwest Coffee, 4251 Laclede at 7pm. Featured speakers include: 1) Mavis Thompson, License Collector for the City of St. Louis (confirmed); 2) Emma Klues, from Great Rivers Greenway (confirmed); and 3) Austin Barzantny, developer of both 4101 Laclede and the vacant lot at the Read More…

Road Closures for MetroLink Station Construction

We were informed that over the next several weeks, the construction crew for the Metrolink stop will be moving and placing new track for the station. This will require various road closures (see below). Please note the only time both Boyle and Sarah will be closed is over a weekend to minimally disrupt traffic. Otherwise, either Boyle or Sarah will be open during the closure periods. Following is a tentative schedule for the upcoming street Read More…

WPLNA Meeting this Tuesday 3/13/18

The West Pine – Laclede Neighborhood Association will meet this Tuesday, March 13 at 7pm at Northwest Coffee, 4251 Laclede. All are welcome! SPECIAL NOTE for people in Permit Parking Areas within WPLNA: Parking permit registration is now an online function – there is no need for those needing a permit to come into the office. Payment is accepted online, during checkout. Residents can also pay by check. Permits will be mailed once we receive Read More…

WPLNA Meeting This Tuesday Fe. 13th

The West Pine – Laclede Neighborhood Association will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 7pm at Northwest Coffee, 4251 Laclede. Our guest speaker will be Sara Feagans from Park Central Development. She’ll discuss a most important topic, the creation of a Community Improvement District to replace the current Central West End Southeast Special Business District. Since such districts are funded by special assessments on property owners within the District, Sara’s talk should be of great Read More…

Missing Dog!

Lost Lhaso Also – Laclede & Sarah Our long-time WPLNA members Dug & Bob at Kramer’s Marionettes lost Dolly, a 12 lb. caramel-colored, long-haired Lhasa Apso. She escaped from yard on Monday 2/5/18. If you see her – contact them at 314-531-3313 or 314-745-8878.

IMPORTANT – Next WPLNA Meeting – 1/9/18

Reminder: There will NOT be a December meeting of the West Pine-Laclede Neighborhood Association. Our next meeting will be Tuesday January 9 at Northwest Coffee at 7 p.m. Deanna Venker, head of City Streets Department, will be there to talk about plans for traffic management in our neighborhood and to address safety concerns. In order to help her prepare please send questions to Harold Karabell, WPLNA President at karabell52@gmail.com by 1/3/18. We will try to Read More…