STL ADA Transition Plan Meeting Volunteer sought

The City of St. Louis is having a two-dimensional (i.e., “virtual”) meeting this coming Thursday, November 12th, to discuss the Americans With Disabilities Act and its further implementation in our City.If anyone would like to represent our neighborhood association at the meeting, please contact Harold as soon as possible at 314-574-1231. Subject: City of St. Louis – ADA Transition Plan – Neighborhood Association Meeting The City of St. Louis is developing a report and plan to Read More…

WPLNA Meeting – Zoom Invite – Tues. 11/10/2020 at 7:00

The WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION will meet via ZOOM on Tuesday, November 10 at 7:00 pm.   Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73880139917?pwd=MlhodVJCWC9EUUNEVGh1SG90N2NsQT09  Meeting ID: 738 8013 9917 Passcode: PnE53P  We have no guest speakers and any new agenda items would be welcomed.   Minutes from our October meeting are appended below and will be presented for approval.  Please take a minute to review them before joining in the meeting as we will be limited to 40 minutes.   All are welcome. Read More…

Zoom invite to WPLNA meeting Tues, 10/13, 7 pm

You are invited to join us for the West Pine Laclede Neighborhood Association meeting tonight at 7:00 pm. Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5793331902?pwd=UUZBQjRaczlZTGxVRy9sYUZDK1QxZz09 Meeting ID: 579 333 1902 Passcode: 7S0w09  WPLNA Meeting on Tues. 10/13/2020 at 7:00 The WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION will meet via ZOOM on Tuesday, October 13 at 7:00 pm.   Our guest speaker will be Jake Lyonfields to speak in support of Proposition R, a ballot measure to fund early childhood services by means Read More…

WPLNA Meeting on Tues. 10/13/20 at 7:00

The WEST PINE LACLEDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION will meet via ZOOM on Tuesday, October 13 at 7:00 pm.   Our guest speaker will be Jake Lyonfields who will speak in support of Proposition R, a ballot measure to fund early childhood services by means of an increase of $60.00 in property taxes per $100,000 in assessed valuation.   Minutes from our September meeting are appended below and will be presented for approval.  Please take a minute to review them Read More…

Socially distanced neighborhood cleanup Sat. 10/3

Hello Neighbors! We are planning to have a SOCIAL DISTANCE NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUP  this Saturday morning from 9:00 am to 11:00 am on Oct 3rd. We will meet at the end of the cul-de-sac on West Pine St. near Sarah St. Please, if you can, bring any work gloves, hand shovels, standard shovels, brooms, dustpans or rakes. it will be greatly appreciated. We will supply some tools, garbage bags, some disinfectant spray and wipes. The plan Read More…

Neighborhood Security Initiative Update

September 22 update: I just received a call from Captain Mike Mueller, Commander of District 5, the police arrested 2 suspects last night in one of the stolen vehicles taken from the area of Laclede and Boyle and third suspect has been identified and is wanted.  The police are confident these are the subjects responsible for the recent robberies and carjackings.  We will still have a detail out since there is a subject still at-large.Jim Whyte Read More…

Eternal vigilance is the price of a safe city neighborhood

Last night at approximately 11 p.m. there was a reported robbery/carjacking at 4245 West Pine.  The female victim was approached by 3 suspects, one of which was armed with a gun.  The suspect demanded her keys and took her vehicle heading west on West Pine.  The victim was not injured during the incident.   This is the 3rd similar incident in the same general location recently.   — It is especially important to exercise caution and vigilance Read More…

Robbery and Carjacking Incidents

Last night there was a reported Robbery 2nd at 4355 Maryland around 9 pm.  The female victim parked at the address when 3 male suspects jumped into her car while she was still inside.  The suspect successfully took the car during the incident.  No injuries were reported At 10:20 pm, there was another similar incident reported at 4326 Laclede.  The female victim parked and got out of her car when she was approached by 4 Read More…

Cleanup volunteers sought

We are recruiting residents who walk the neighborhood daily and are willing to commit to picking up garbage in our alleys and streets. It can be a great form of exercise to walk and an opportunity to keep our business and residential blocks clean. To help facilitate this effort we are offering a grabber or pair of gloves to those that can make a signed commitment to this task. All you need to do is provide the bag Read More…

Neighborhood beautification volunteers: THANK YOU!

We would like to thank all of the hard working volunteers that have helped during this very difficult season. It seemed even more important for people to have a nice place to go and take a walk and get out of the house this year, so your help has been greatly appreciated. We hope we haven’t left out any volunteers! If your last name or group who helped isn’t there, it is because we didn’t have Read More…