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Society formed to spark consensus building

Two prominent St. Charles County political figures have joined forces to form a group they hope will help leaders create a consensus as to how to solve some of the problems facing the area.

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Developer revives push for riverfront development

Many questions still need answering, but St. Charles developer Mike Sellenschuetter once again is making the rounds to pitch his proposal for $1.5 billion development along the Missouri River. His Harbor San Carlos Riverwalk Development is proposing a 300-acre project ...

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Crawford named corrections director

Crawford named corrections director St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann selected Larry G. Crawford to head the county Corrections Department. Crawford was formerly director of the Missouri Department of Corrections. The County Council confirmed the appointment last week. Crawford ran the state’s corrections ...

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Ehlmann: Federal government helps, hurts county

The federal government through its stimulus program is helping speed the Page Avenue project in St. Charles County. But federal agencies also are causing headaches for emergency personnel here and some local residents, County Executive Steve Ehlmann told members of ...

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County secures more funding for Page Extension

Funding is now in place to complete the next phase of the Page Extension project. Earlier this year, federal stimulus dollars were allocated to complete a $43 million phase of the project, from just west of Harvester road to Central ...

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County looks to score high school championships

St. Charles County is submitting a bid to the Missouri State High School Activities Association to host basketball and wrestling championships at the Family Arena for up to the next four years. The deadline to submit bids for the events ...

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Ehlmann prepares for 2010 census

St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann recently participated in the first meeting of the statewide Complete Count Committee in Jefferson City. The 26-member committee, which includes government and community leaders across the state, is trying to make sure that all ...

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