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City Seeks
To Eliminate
Nuisances

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020

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n Within City Limits

The city of St. Clair Code Enforcement office
wishes to remind residents of the ordinance in
place that guards against debris, weeds and vegetation nuisances within St. Clair city limits.
According to Section 22-10 of the Code of Ordinances, any condition on any lot or land within city
limits that has presence of debris will be declared a
public nuisance and is subject to abatement.
Debris includes, but is not limited to, weed cuttings, cut and fallen trees and shrubs, overgrown
vegetation, grass or noxious weeds which are 7
inches or more in height, rubbish and trash, lumber not piled or stacked 12 inches or more off the
ground, rocks, bricks, tin, steel, parts of derelict vehicles, broken furniture or any flammable material
which may endanger public safety.
The word debris also includes any other material which is found on any lot or land within city
limits that is unhealthy or unsafe.
If found to be in violation, a notice of violation
will be sent to the landowner through U.S. mail.
The landowner will then be given seven days to
correct the conditions.
The notice will describe the nature of the nuisance, the location of property, and include orders
for the property owner to abate the nuisance within a period of two days from receipt of notice.
The Code of Ordinances is published on the city’s
website, www.stclairmo.us.
For more information, call the Code Enforcement office at 636-629-0333.

Banquet Entertainment
Spike and Janice Huff provided musical entertainment at the St. Clair Historical Museum
banquet Saturday, Feb. 29. The banquet featured music, dinner, auctions and entertainment.  
Missourian Photo.

Construction Progress
Construction is progressing on the Farmers and Merchants new bank facility, located at 959 N.
Commercial Ave. The new facility is slated to open fall of 2020. 
Missourian Photo.

Opening
Day Set
For Market

The opening day of
the St. Clair Farmers’
Market will be Saturday, May 2, from 8 a.m.
to noon.
Opening day will
feature free hot dogs,
drinks and live music by
Mel Hughes.
The Farmers’ Market
will run every Saturday
beginning May 2, and
will end Saturday, Oct.
31.
The next Farmers’
Market meeting will
take place Tuesday,
March 24, at 6:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome
to attend the meeting
and share ideas for improving the market.
For more information, contact St. Clair
Farmers’ Market President Roger Bardot at
636-358-2787.

Church to
Host Bingo
Saturday

St. Clare Catholic Parish will hold a bingo fundraiser for Catholic education Saturday, March
14, at the KC Hall, 204
S. Commercial Ave.
Doors will open at 5
p.m. and bingo starts at
7 p.m. Participants must
be 16 or older.
Food, snacks, and refreshments will be available for purchase.
There will be no Tuesday bingo in March.
For more information,
call 636-629-0315.
The March 4 edition of
the St. Clair Missourian
listed the wrong date for
this event. The Missourian regrets this error.

Church Auction

Learning Colors
The theme of preschool story time at the St.
Clair Library Thursday, March 5, was colors. For
the activity, children took turns placing different
colored spoons together to see what color was
produced. 
Missourian Photo.

Holy Trinity Lutheran
Church, 1502 S. Outer
Road, will host its 28th
annual Green Auction
Saturday, March 14.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
and dinner will begin at
6:30 p.m. Tickets are $20
in advance or $25 at the
door. For reservations,
call Teresa Cusick at
314-660-0949, or email
Teresa.cusick@att.net.

Casting Their Ballots
Colten Bethel and Breanna Bethel deposited their ballots early
Tuesday morning, March 10, during the Missouri presidential primaries. The polls were open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Missourian Photo.

49TH ANNUAL

Celebrate St. Clair Banquet
STC Speakeasy
"SIX FEET UNDER
NEW MANAGEMENT"
A MURDER MYSTERY PRESENTED BY SHENANS
Social Hour, Dinner, Entertainment and Awards

March 28, 2020

Beginning at 5 p.m.
Holy Trinity Fellowship Hall
1500 South Outer Road | St. Clair, MO 63077
Ticket Price $25
For ticket sales call the chamber office at 636-629-1889.
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Bella Si Salon
Blades Salon
County Insurance Agency/
Farmers Insurance
Cozy By Nature
Dollar Plus
Glen’s Outdoor Services
HL Boutique
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
Art Cordia
Dana Dougherty
Tom Selter
EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR
Alicia McDaniel
Anna Grasso
Ashley Barnette
Ben Martin
Christy Gentili
Crystal Breitenstein
Jennifer Davis
Martin Taylor
Timothy Karth
Tonya LaCrone

Spring Play Practice at SCHS
St. Clair High School students practiced for the spring play. The play,
“Peter/Wendy” will run Friday, March 27, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March
28, at 2 and 7 p.m. From left are Emma Walters, Brian Mills and Brianna
Huntington. 
Missourian Photo.

ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
American Legion Post #347
Scenic Regional Library
- St. Clair Branch
VFW Post #2482

Congratulations to
all our nominees!

OUTSTANDING YOUNG
MAN OF THE YEAR
Collin Thacker
Dylan Britton
OUTSTANDING YOUNG
WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Alana Hinson
Elexis Wohlgemuth
Grace Kelley
Gracie Sohn
Hannah Licklider
Jolee King
Lillianne Oermann
SPIRITUAL LEADER
OF THE YEAR
Dana Dougherty
Justin Madden
Terry and Tracie Ritter
FIRST RESPONDER AWARDS
FIREMAN OF THE YEAR
Captain Jason Hatley
POLICE OFFICER OF THE YEAR
Sergeant Devin Jenkins
EMS SERVICE AWARD
OF THE YEAR
Rachel Ahrens, Paramedic

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