Lindenwood upcoming events

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED
 
The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office has scheduled at Advocacy training session on August 23rd.  The training educates residents regarding how to write an Impact Statement and what to expect if a resident intends to make an appearance in a court case. See below for further explanation.  The training session is scheduled for:
August 23
10 – 11:30am
Location:  Southampton Presbyterian Church
                   4716 Macklind (across the street from Macklind Deli)
 
This session is being offered to residents in the Lindenwood, Southampton and St. Louis Hills neighborhoods but any interested person from other neighborhoods can attend.   Please email Vince Stehlin, Liaison Officer at vstehlin@slmpd.org  if you wish to attend.
 
Impact Statements are written statements given to the Court on the impact of a particular crime or type of crime on a neighborhood.  They must follow certain guidelines or the Prosecutor cannot submit them as part of the case.  The Circuit Attorney’s Office requires attendance at Court Advocacy Training before accepting an Impact Statement.
 
Court Appearances involve actual attendance in Court by residents  who live in the neighborhood where the crime was committed.  It allows residents another opportunity to describe the impact of crime on their neighborhood.  A court appearance sends a powerful message that this neighborhood will not tolerate crime.  The Circuit Attorney’s Office requires attendance at Court Advocacy training before residents can make a court appearance.

August 24 ~ Lindenwood Live Concert in the Park
Food trucks begin serving at 5:00pm, concert starts at 6:00pm @ Lindenwood Park

August 26 ~ Tweetup/Happy Hour
5:30pm @ Mathew’s Kitchen

September 8 ~ LPNA General Membership Meeting
7:30pm @ Union United Methodist Church

September 13 ~ Green Team Highway Cleanup
9:00am
@ the intersection of Jamieson and eastbound Highway 44 exit

You can find more events in the neighborhood on our website.

Lindenwood Live!
Concert In The Park

Our last summer concert will feature Miss Jubilee  – and more food trucks!
Bring your friends, family, kids, dogs, chairs and blankets for an evening of fun and music.

Sunday, August 24
5:00-8:00pm (Show starts at 6)
Lindenwood Park
Pernod & Prather

Monthly Tweetup

Please join us for our next neighborhood Tweetup (Happy Hour).

Come and meet your neighbors, make new friends, meet your Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist, sample food and drinks from a great local restaurant and have a great time while doing all that!

All are welcome! Bring your friends, colleagues, neighbors – we will be in the bar area.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
5:30-7:30pm
Mathew’s Kitchen
56
25 Hampton Avenue

Find out more about the Lindenwood Neighborhood Association and south St. Louis on our website. 
 

We sponsor many activities and opportunities for our residents and friends. We hope to see you at some of those events!

Facebook Link
You can also get quick updates and join the conversation about the neighborhood on Facebook.

Come join our group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lindenwoodpark/

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

potential development at the former Immanuel Congregational church at 3456 Jamieson

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

Lindenwood Park residents are invited to a Town Hall meeting to hear the

details of a potential development at the former Immanuel Congregational

church at 3456 Jamieson. Brian Minges of Advantes Real Esate is interested  in

converting the church  into market rate apartments. The former Parsonage and

garage will be removed to make way for surface parking for future residents.

 He and his development Team presented their plans to the Lindenwood Park

Neighborhood Association Board of Directors on August 16, 2014.  The Board  

gave initial support for the development plan with certain conditions.  The

Neighborhood Association Board and Alderman Joe Vaccaro are seeking

additional input to the plan from the neighbors who live in the immediate

vicinity of the property as well as interested residents in the neighborhood at

large.  A Town Hall Meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 27 at

7pm in the gym at Timothy Lutheran Church* so the development team can

present their plans and hear resident questions and feedback.  Please plan to

attend.

Sincerely,

Janet Desnoyer                                                                   Joseph Vaccaro

President                                                                              23rd Ward Alderman

Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association

 

 

*Timothy Lutheran  Church is located at the corner of Fyler and Ivanhoe.  A large parking lot is located on the east side of the church with the entrance on Ivanhoe.

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Refuse Division would like to remind

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents with roll carts that the trash collection schedule will be adjusted to accommodate Labor Day observance on Monday, September 1, 2014.

 

Residents who normally have their roll carts collected on Mondays and Thursdays, collection will be changed to Tuesday, September 2nd  and Thursday, September 4th.

 

Residents who normally have their roll carts collected on Tuesdays and Fridays will receive collection on Wednesday, September 3rd and Friday, September 5th.

 

The yard waste collection regularly scheduled for roll carts on Wednesday, September 3rd is canceled due to the holiday.  Roll cart yard waste collection will resume on its regular schedule, Wednesday, September 10th. 

 

For convenient reference see the Refuse Division website:  http://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/street/refuse/documents/trash-pick-up-holiday-and-winter-schedule.cfm where residents can also find answers to questions about Remodeling and Renovation, Illegal Dumping, Bulky and B.O.A.T. Items (Batteries, Oil, Appliances, Tires), Yard Waste and Christmas Trees, and Recycling.  Also for hazardous waste, please check out our new program at:  http://www.hhwstl.com/  

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED

 

The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office has scheduled at Advocacy training session on August 23rd.  The training educates residents regarding how to write an Impact Statement and what to expect if a resident intends to make an appearance in a court case. See below for further explanation.  The training session is scheduled for:

August 23

10 – 11:30am

Location:  Southampton Presbyterian Church

                   4716 Macklind (across the street from Macklind Deli)

 

This session is being offered to residents in the Lindenwood, Southampton and St. Louis Hills neighborhoods but any interested person from other neighborhoods can attend.   Please email Vince Stehlin, Liaison Officer at vstehlin@slmpd.org  if you wish to attend.

 

Impact Statements are written statements given to the Court on the impact of a particular crime or type of crime on a neighborhood.  They must follow certain guidelines or the Prosecutor cannot submit them as part of the case.  The Circuit Attorney’s Office requires attendance at Court Advocacy Training before accepting an Impact Statement.

 

Court Appearances involve actual attendance in Court by residents  who live in the neighborhood where the crime was committed.  It allows residents another opportunity to describe the impact of crime on their neighborhood.  A court appearance sends a powerful message that this neighborhood will not tolerate crime.  The Circuit Attorney’s Office requires attendance at Court Advocacy training before residents can make a court appearance.

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

 

St. Joan of Arc’s 42nd Annual

 

 

 
SEPTEMBER 6TH & 7TH
 

 

9/06/14 Parade at 10 am, grounds open 11am – 11pm • 9/07/14 Grounds open 12pm – 10pm
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It’s a South-Side Tradition!
 

Join us in celebrating 250 Years of St. Louis.
All you need to do is EAT, DRINK, PLAY & REJOICE.

GAMES
 

 

Carnival Rides & Games, Bingo and the $10,000 GRAND AWARD RAFFLE!

ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday

Rumours Classic
 
Dave the DJ
 
Rhythm Rockers
 

 

Sunday
 

 

 

Stemmler Dancers
 
DuBourg Jazz Band & Swing Dancers
 
St. Louis Irish Arts
 
Dave the DJ
 
Vote for Pedro
 

 

DINING
 

 

Hodak’s chicken,
 
Walsh’s Pub,
 
Ted Drewes, and
 
much more!
 

 

REFRESHMENTS
 

 

Beer Garden,
 
Barcardi Breezers,
 
as well as
 
Non-alcoholic drinks.
 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.STJOANOFARCSTL.COM

 

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

We’re fast approaching August’s Tweetup! 

 

Mark your calendars for:

              

Date:            Tuesday, August 26th

Time:            5.30pm – 7.30pm

Venue:          Mathew’s Kitchen, 5625 Hampton Ave.

 

Tweetup’s are “happy hours” where we meet up with fellow neighbors, friends, and colleagues and relax in a great local restaurant that supports our neighborhood and get to know each other a little better.  This is also an opportunity to meet our Alderman and our Neighborhood Improvement Specialist in a social and informal environment. 

 

Check out Mathew’s Kitchen website (http://www.mathewskitchenstl.com/) and come and drop by for a visit or be the last one to leave, but don’t miss out on another great Tweetup!  All welcome!  We’ll see you there!

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Potential Scammers Posing as First Responders

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website

Potential scammers are using the public’s respect for first responders to try to take your hard-earned cash.

The St. Louis Fire Department has learned that someone has been calling St. Louisans asking them to donate to the department. The caller says they are a firefighter collecting donations. Then, the caller asks for personal and banking information over the phone, indicating that the donation would go to help the department. The calls appear to be targeting senior citizens.

But beware! Firefighters say they would never solicit funds from you this way.

So far, the St. Louis Fire Department says no one has fallen victim to the scam that they know of. But if you or someone you know receive a suspicious phone call like this, contact police and firefighters.

The department does sometimes conduct official fundraisers through organizations like The Backstoppers, Inc. You are always entitled to ask questions about the legitimacy of an organization before pledging money. Never provide personal or banking information over the phone.

The Circuit Attorney’s Fraud Prevention Task Force aims to give St. Louisans the tools and education to protect themselves against fraud, theft and scams. If you believe you have been targeted by a scam, want more information on how to protect yourself from fraud, or would like to request a fraud prevention seminar for your organizations, neighborhood or office, call the hotline at 314-612-1412.

 
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    Joe Vaccaro
    6227 hancock
    st louis Missouri 63139
    United States

    COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED

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    Joe Vaccaro
    23rd Ward Alderman
    cell number 314-718-0131
    Ward 23 Website

    COURT ADVOCACY TRAINING SCHEDULED

     

    The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office has scheduled two Court Advocacy training sessions in August.  The training educates residents regarding how to write an Impact Statement and what to expect if a resident intends to make an appearance in a court case. Residents can attend either session.  See below for further explanation.  The training sessions are scheduled for:

    August 20

    6 – 7:30pm

    Schlafly Library, corner of Euclid and Lindell

    August 23

    10 – 11:30am

    Location to be determined

    This session is being offered to residents in the Lindenwood, Southampton and St. Louis Hills neighborhoods but any interested person from other neighborhoods can attend.  You may attend either session.  Please email Vince Stehlin, Liaison Officer at vstehlin@slmpd.org  by August 19 if you wish to attend either of these sessions.

     

    Impact Statements are written statements given to the Court on the impact of a particular crime or type of crime on a neighborhood.  They must follow certain guidelines or the Prosecutor cannot submit them as part of the case.  The Circuit Attorney’s Office requires attendance at Court Advocacy Training before accepting an Impact Statement.

     

    Court Appearances involve actual attendance in Court by residents  who live in the neighborhood where the crime was committed.  It allows residents another opportunity to describe the impact of crime on their neighborhood.  A court appearance sends a powerful message that this neighborhood will not tolerate crime.  The Circuit Attorney’s Office requires attendance at Court Advocacy training before residents can make a court appearance.

    Joe Vaccaro
    6227 hancock
    st louis Missouri 63139
    United States