WPLNA Minutes 01.10.17

WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Minutes: 01.10.17   President Harold Karabell called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM Harold dispensed with the usual order of business to allow Joe Diekemper, candidate for 17th ward Alderman, to address the attendees. JOE DIEKEMPER’S PRESENTATION Mr. Diekemper (Forest Park Southeast resident at 4528 Gibson St.) decided to run for office against long-time incumbent Alderman and WPLNA member Joe Roddy because he believes our neighborhoods need a fresh perspective Read More…

WPLNA Minutes: 12.13.16

WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Minutes: 12.13.16 President Harold Karabell called the meeting to order at 7:05 PM. Harold dispensed with the usual order of business to allow Kyle Juvers, a representative of Better Together, to present first. BETTER TOGETHER REPORT Mr. Juvers reported that Better Together has completed its planned six studies of the impact of the structure and function of the St. Louis City and County on Public Finance, Economic Development, Public Health, Read More…

Public Meeting on development at Kingshighway and West Pine

  You are invited to attend a public meeting to hear the developers present their designs for a major development for the northeast corner of Kingshighway/West Pine at next week.Monday, December 12th 7 pm St. Louis Public Library – Schlafly Branch More info at  http://www.stltoday.com/business/local/story-apartment-tower-planned-for-central-west-end-site-on/article_cb1645e4-5651-5467-bb5f-659dd2e2c509.html

Forest Park Parkway closure set for December 5th.

The project to create a traditional intersection at Forest Park Parkway and Kingshighway is now anticipated to begin December 5.   The Parkway will be closed west of Kingshighway for up to a year. Updates and full details on the benefits, impact and timeline will be posted to this page: http://www.bjc.org/Construction/News/Kingshighway-Forest-Park-Parkway-Intersection    

WPLNA Minutes 11.08.16

WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Minutes: 11.08.16 President Harold Karabell called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM. Harold dispensed with the usual order of business to allow our guest to present first: LaTaunia Kenner, Accounting Manager from the Comptroller’s Office appeared on behalf of Comptroller Darlene Green to speak about the Green HELP Home Energy – Efficiency Loan Program which provides low-interest home loans for energy-efficiency improvement for City of St. Louis Residents. More Read More…

WPLNA Minutes 10.11.16

WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Minutes: 10.11.16   President Harold Karabell called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.   Harold dispensed with the usual order of business to allow our guest to present first: Kasan Moorehead from Care Solutions In-Home Services spoke in support of SENIORS COUNT – a ballot issue that will be voted upon in the upcoming elections. The proposal would provide a reliable stream of funding to enable existing groups like Read More…

WPLNA Minutes 09.13.16

WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION Minutes: 09.13.16 President Harold Karabell called the meeting to order at 7:05 PM. Harold dispensed with the usual order of business to allow guests to present first: 1) 4101 Laclede’s developer Austin Barzantny and construction manager Nelson Vogt and 2) Annie Bevill about “Little Free Library.” 4101 LACLEDE REPORT Austin Barzantny – President Grove Properties – Technically the developer has not broken ground and plans to do so in October. Read More…

BLOCK PARTY – Sept 15 from 4 – 8 PM

You are invited to a block party to celebrate the ground breaking for the condo building at 4101 Laclede. when: September 15 from 4:00 – 8:00 PM  where: Sarah Street from Laclede Avenue to The Block restaurant   (Sarah will be closed between Laclede and West Pine) what: Music (DJ and live band) AND Food and Beverages from Scarlett’s Wine Bar, Scottish Arms, Retreat Gastropub, Juniper, and Urban Chestnut We hope to see you there!

St. Louis Trash Reminder

ST. LOUIS TRASH REMINDER  –   August 22, 2016 The City and neighborhood residents are concerned about trash problems. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the following information. If you would like to help out in this effort please contact your Neighborhood Improvement Specialist (contact information is posted at the end of this article). Alleys Property owners are responsible for maintaining the alley (from their property line to the middle of the alley) free Read More…