I would appreciate your support at the upcoming election for sheriff

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I would appreciate your support at the upcoming election for sheriff of the city of St. Louis. Your vote would be deeply appreciated. 
 
 
As alderman of the City of St Louis I’ve earned the respect and endorsements of fellow colleagues as well as Greater St Louis Labor Council AFL-CIO, Labors International Union Local 42 and 110, St Louis Police Officers Assoc.,St Louis fire fighters Local 73,American Federation of Teachers Local 420, Port Council of St Louis, Building & Construction Trades Council, St Louis Police Leadership Assoc., retiring Sheriff Jim Murphy, Gregory FX Daly and President of the Board of Aldermen Lewis Reed. 
 
 Improving security…..


 
As Sheriff I will continue to work hard to keep our courts secure and provide our jurors a safe environment.
 
Moving the City forward…
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I plan on updating facilities and implement modern technology. I want to ensure professionalism and build morale among deputies.
 
 

I would appreciate your support 

 

 
 

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Bee Conservation Workshops

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Bee Conservation Workshops

We are happy to announce a 2-hour long bee conservation workshop in the study site neighborhoods.  Our objective is to encourage residents within our two target areas to plant native flowers and manage their properties in ways to improve insect pollinator health.

The workshops will cover these topics:

1.     Overview of insect pollinator declines and conservation

2.     Saint Louis University’s research on the native bees of St. Louis

3.     Bee Biology 101

4.     Seeing Native Bees

5.     State of the research on attracting pollinators

6.     Techniques for increasing floral diversity in St. Louis yards and lawns

Dates and Locations:

·                Wednesday evening, June 29: 6:00-8:00pm at Timothy Lutheran Church

·                Friday evening, July 8: 6:30-8:30pm YMCA of Greater Saint Louis: Carondelet Park Rec Complex,

·                Friday afternoon, July 22: 2:00-4:00pm YMCA of Greater Saint Louis: Carondelet Park Rec Complex,

·                Saturday morning, July 23: 9:30-11:30am – Timothy Lutheran Church

While we are specifically seeking the participation of residents within these two neighborhoods, all are welcome to attend any of the workshops. For those who cannot attend these dates, we will video record and post a link to the meetings on YouTube in late July.

Please encourage your neighbors to attend.

 

Kathy Willhite

Office Manager

Timothy Lutheran Church

314-781-8673

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Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association news

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Lindenwood Live!

Join us at “LINDENWOOD LIVE!”
The second of 3 concerts in the Park for 2016 will be held this Sunday, June 26, from 6 to 8pm at Lindenwood Park.

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sound of The Yessir! Band.
Yessir! features male and female lead vocals, a dynamic rhythm section, and powerful horns.  The lead vocals blend with back up harmony to create a powerful voice.  It all comes together in a high energy, polished, professional ensemble.
Also, Food Trucks are returning:

Food Trucks begin serving at 5pm

Gioia’s Deli
Murray’s Shaved Ice
My Big Fat Greek Truck
Smoke N Motion
Smokin Monkey
Zia’s On The Hill

“Lindenwood Live” is sponsored by the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association

 

Tweetup At Babe’s Tavern

Please join us for June’s Tweetup.

Venue: Babe’s Tavern, 3215 Ivanhoe Ave. – on the covered patio

Food:    Vinnie’s, 3208 Ivanhoe Ave. – across the road from Babe’s.

Pizza-A-Go-Go, 6703 Scanlan Ave. (corner Ivanhoe).

Date:     Tuesday, June 28th 2016

Time:    5.30pm – 7.30pm

This month we will be meeting at Babe’s Tavern.  They have a great covered patio but do not serve food.  You are more than welcome to grab something from Vinnie’s across the road or from Pizza-A-Go-Go down the block and bring it back to the patio.

Tweetup’s are great events, organized by the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association – it’s just a (very) happy hour!  What are the benefits to Tweetup’s?  You can:

  • Meet new neighbors and make new friends;
  • Mingle with our Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist;
  • Try out/support restaurants or bars in our neighborhood that you’ve never been to before;
  • Drop by to say hi for a few minutes, or stay as long as you like;
  • Sign Impact Statements (when they are available or needed) in order to support the neighborhood in keeping crime down;
  • Invite friends, neighbors, colleagues to join us.

Whatever your reason for attending a Tweetup, we are happy to see you there and hope to see you at Babe’s on the 28th!  Attendance is free – just pay for your own food and drinks and join us for a wonderful evening on the patio.

LPNA Trivia Night

Trivia Night is held every year and is sponsored by the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association.  It’s a wonderful fundraiser for the Association, so be sure to invite your friends and neighbors to join you.

When:               Saturday July 23rd, 2016

Time:                 7pm (doors open at 6.15pm)

Where:              Timothy Lutheran Gym, 6704 Fyler Ave., 63139

Cost:                   $20 / person – tables of 8, maximum (you can pay at the door)

Beer, Soda and Snacks are provided or you can bring your own food and drinks.

Prize for best costume and best decorated table.

THEME: Under the Sea

Contact Pat Acquisto at 314 781-2127 or patacquisto@sbcglobal.net for reservations.

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

Follow us on Twitter @LindenwoodPark for updates to the 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/

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Lindenwood Live returns this Sunday,

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Wanted to remind everyone that Lindenwood Live returns this Sunday, June 26 from 6- – 8pm at Lindenwood Park featuring the “Yessir Band.” Food Trucks will begin serving at 5 pm. They include:
Gioia’s Deli Truck
My Big Fat Greek Truck
Murray’s Shaved Ice
SmokeNMotion
Smokin Deanna Spider-Monkey
Zias Food Truck
Zias Slice of the  

 

Dogtown / Watson Neighborhood Business Report

 

 

Table of Contents

Business News, Resources & Requests

License Collector’s Office Monthly City Business Showcase

Community Development Administration Request for Proposals or Qualifications

Residential Properties, including the mixed use property at 3305-07 Meramec St

Commercial Properties

Conditional Use Hearings

June 23

Ward 23

July 14

Ward 24

Board of Adjustment

July 6

WARD 23

CULTURAL RESOURCES OFFICE PRESERVATION BOARD REGULAR MEETING

Ward: 24

 

 

 


 

 

 

Business News, Resources & Requests

License Collector’s Office Monthly City Business Showcase

 

City Hall Rotunda

 

 

See flyer for available dates. Businesses may register by contacting Bill Ray, 314-622-3306, RayWi@stlouis-mo.gov.

 

 

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Community Development Administration Request for Proposals or Qualifications

 

The Community Development Administration and Land Reutilization Authority of the City of St. Louis (“City”) are seeking redevelopment proposals for property owned by the Land Reutilization Authority.

 

Residential Properties, including the mixed use property at 3305-07 Meramec St

Commercial Properties

  • 5101-23 Virginia Avenue in the Dutchtown Neighborhood

  • The intersection of Arsenal street and South Jefferson Avenue in the Benton Park West Neighborhood

  • 3300-04 Wisconsin and 3306 Wisconsin in the Benton Park Neighborhood

 

 


 

 

 

Conditional Use Hearings

 

City Hall, 1200 Market Street, Room 208, Thursdays at 8:30am

Send comments to Sylvia Boyd: boyds@stlouis-mo.gov    

 

June 23

Ward 23

 

5415 Chippewa AOP-428-16 – Good Time Smoke Shop (Retail Sales/Snacks, Tobacco Products/Cigarettes/Change Of Ownership)

 

July 14

Ward 24

 

1601 Sulphur AB-529503-16 – United Construction (Construct Parking Lot per plans)

H-Area Commercial District

 

 

 


 

 

 

Board of Adjustment

 

City Hall, 1200 Market Street, Room 208, Wednesdays at 1:30pm

Send comments to Sandra Long: longs@stlouis-mo.gov

 

July 6

WARD 23

 

APPEAL #20022 – Appeal filed by Nicole Jarrett Photography LLC from the determination of the Building Commissioner in the denial of an home occupancy permit authorizing the Appellant to operate a photography studio at 3935 McCausland Ave.

#AHO-260- 16 ZONE: “A” – Single Family Dwelling District

 

 

 


 

 

 

CULTURAL RESOURCES OFFICE PRESERVATION BOARD REGULAR MEETING

 

MON 6/27, 4pm

1520 MARKET ST. #2000

 

Ward: 24

 

Address: 6317-19 CLAYTON AVENUE

Project Description: Demolish a one story commercial building.

Jurisdiction: Preservation Review District

Owner: Charlie’s Real Estate Inv. Properties LLC

Applicant: Bellon Salvage & Rehabbing Company

 

 

Address: 6303 CLAYTON AVENUE

Project Description: Demolish a one story commercial building.

Jurisdiction: Preservation Review District

Owner: Peter A. Katsinas

Applicant: Bellon Salvage & Rehabbing Company

 

 
Maude Bauschard Trost
Commercial District Manager
 
1520 Market, Suite 2000
St. Louis, MO 63103
 
Office: 314-657-3772
Mobile: 314-422-1141
Fax: 314-613-7011

 

NATIVE GARDENING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association is looking for 4 or more volunteers to replace a Daylily garden near the corner of upper Wabash and Oleatha (across from 7080 Oleatha) with Missouri native plants. This would support a St. Louis University program intended to strengthen the bee population in the City. SLU’s Center for Sustainability and Department of Biology are partnering with the Lindenwood Park and Holly Hills neighborhoods to make this happen.   Here are the details:

Project Leaders:               Sharon Panian and Milton Murry

Time Commitment: 

               1st:         Estimated two to three hours to pick up native plans from the greenhouse in Forest Park. Anyone with an available pick-up truck would be needed.

               2nd:        Estimated four hours to put the plants in the ground

               3rd:         Estimated 2 – 4 hours per month per growing season for ongoing maintenance. This includes help with watering and weeding. Water is available through a fire hydrant located near the site.

 

No time commitment is needed during the winter months but Project Leaders would appreciate at least a one year commitment from volunteers for the ongoing maintenance work.

 

Respond by July  29, 2016 to:

 

Sharon Panian                                  or                          Milton Murry

Skp93stlmo@yahoo.com                                            mardelusa03@yahoo.com

314-647-7160                                                                 314-644-3661

 

Project would begin in the FALL of 2016.

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Epiphany’s Annual Flea Market
Epiphany of Our Lord Catholic Church is preparing for its annual Flea Market, June 24th-June 26th. You can drop off donations for the sale at Epiphany’s gym from 9am to 3:30pm Tuesdays-Fridays until June 22nd.  Questions, contact Epiphany’s office at 781-1199.

Then return to shop for treasures!  It begins with a Friday night Preview Night on June 24th from 6-8pm; $3.00 entrance fee.  The sale will continue on Saturday, June 25th from 9am – 4pm and end with a bargain day on Sunday, June 26th from Noon – 4pm.  Held in the gym at 6596 Smiley behind the main church building.  

 
 

Katie Weintraub, MSW
Director
Lindenwood Area Senior Ministry
314.647.4591

6401 Scanlan Avenue, #305
St. Louis, MO 63139
www.lasministry.org

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Timothy Lutheran Church VBS Next Week

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Timothy Lutheran Church VBS Next Week

Last chance to PreRegister for our June 20 – 24 week of VBS!   

Join us for another great week of fun and faith.  As always, our VBS is free of charge and open to all families.  

Register online (preferred) at:  https://www.groupvbspro.com/vbs/ez/timothyvbs/gpgs/Home.aspx

Paper Registration form available for download here:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BworvGdgo2ETYkpFanNFUEk0dUk/view?usp=sharing

 

VBS 2016 Cave Quest – Following Jesus the Light of the Word
June 20-24
Monday-Friday from 6:00-8:00pm
Kids entering Kindergarten through Grade 6

 

Timothy Lutheran Church

6704 Fyler Ave – St. Louis, MO 63116

314-781-85673

http://timothystl.org/vbs-june-20-24

 

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Mark Thompson, DCE

www.timothystl.org

facebook.com/NoahComfortDog

  

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Neighborhood Business Activities

  • TONIGHT! DT2 JUNE AFTER HOURS at Iron Barley Eating Establishment
  • THIS SAT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR CID CANVASS BLITZ
  • Job Search: Dutchtown South Community Corporation Executive Director
  • 28th Annual Carondelet Summer Concerts is underway!!
  • Murals on South Broadway Public Art Program
  • Blessing of the Bikes and Dutchtown Bike Tour

Business News, Resources & Requests

  • St. Louis, Entrepreneurial Boomtown
  • Call for Session Proposals for the 16th Annual New Partners for Smart Growth Conference
  • 5 Ways to Establish Credit for Your Business
  • License Collector’s Office Monthly City Business Showcase
  • myRA
  • Community Development Administration Request for Proposals or Qualifications
  • Score St. Louis Workshops

Business Events – See the Full Calendar Here

  • Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
  • Arch Grants Global Startup Competition
  • Fall 2016 Workshop in Business Opportunities Orientation
  • IT Forum
  • ChallengeHER: Opportunities for Women in Federal Contracting
  • Teach Me How to Trademark
  • Small Business Legal Clinic
  • 2016 Financial Empowerment Lunch and Learn Series: Banking Services for Small Businesses
  • Grow Her Business! Beyond the Start-Up: Strategies to Scale-Up
  • St. Louis Fashion Incubator
  • Apply for Fall 2016 PROSPER WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS STARTUP ACCELERATOR

Neighborhood Business Association Activities


 

DT2 JUNE AFTER HOURS at Iron Barley Eating Establishment

Weds 6/15, 5:30 pm
Iron Barley
5510 Virginia Ave

Join DT2 Members at Iron Barley. We’ll be talking about the Dutchtown Community Improvement District momentum and all the other exciting Dutchtown happenings! Don’t miss this one! Hope to see you there!
 


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR CID CANVASS BLITZ

This Sat 6/18

Downtown Dutchtown (DT2) is looking for 30 very generous volunteers to help canvass the Dutchtown CID footprint THIS SATURDAY (6/18). They are halfway to the level of support that we need to pass the CID. Getting volunteers to turn out in large numbers will help us cover more ground than ever before, helping us to reach our goal of full support.

Please RSVP on Facebook and share the event details with your friends and neighbors.
 


Job Search: Dutchtown South Community Corporation Executive Director 

Applications Due Thurs 6/30/16

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) has strategic, operational and development responsibility for DSCC’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of the mission. The ED will work with the board and staff to execute the agency’s strategic plan. The ED is primarily responsible for securing the resources necessary to execute his/her responsibilities; overseeing all organizational operations, programs, expansions and plans; working with the Board and staff to implement DSCC’s vision through strong, efficient, and impactful activities.  

Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to info@dutchtownsouth.org.
 


28th Annual Carondelet Summer Concerts is underway!!

Carondelet Summer Concerts in the Park is a longstanding annual celebration of diverse music, hosting local musicians at various parks in the Carondelet neighborhood. These concerts have been a staple in the community for more than 25 years, attracting thousands of attendees.
 


Murals on South Broadway Public Art Program

Submittal deadline Fri 7/1

 

It’s that time again! Attention Artists and Artist Teams!!! Do you want to design/install the 8th Mural on South Broadway? Download instructions on how to submit your interest and qualifications to the Murals on Broadway Public Art Committee.
 
Artist selection and installation of the Mural is slated for this summer. Please contact Kelly Wamhoff (kwamhoff@ccbf6408.org) with any questions. Share with your artist friends!
 

Blessing of the Bikes and Dutchtown Bike Tour

NEW DATE! Sat 7/16, 9:30am
Co-Sponsored by DSCC, Urban Eats and DT2
Tour Written by Nini Harris

 


Business News, Resources & Requests


St. Louis, Entrepreneurial Boomtown

Metro areas all over the country are trying to nurture startups, without much luck. The Gateway City is succeeding. What’s its secret?
 


Call for Session Proposals for the 16th Annual New Partners for Smart Growth Conference

2/2-4/2017
St. Louis, MO
Submission deadline: 6/30/2016
 
New Partners for Smart Growth strongly encourage proposals that address any of the thematic categories listed below, as all are extremely important to the 2017 conference program. They are very interested in proposals that feature NEW and innovative tools, technologies and strategies that are at the leading edge of smart growth implementation, under every category. They are also looking for proposals that feature “fast and cheap” solutions, as well as more detailed/extensive but proven tools and strategies. They are also very interested in proposals that address the following:
  • Good examples of community/neighborhood-driven revitalization that include creative visioning, design and financing driven by the local community and or impacted neighborhoods, from around the country.
  • Good examples of “the role of the arts in place-making”
  • How communities are addressing demographic shifts, new lifestyle choices and emerging market trends
  • How smart growth approaches may enhance the competitive strength of existing communities and create community resiliency

5 Ways to Establish Credit for Your Business

 

A creditworthy business is defined as a company that is considered suitable to receive credit because of a positive history of paying money back. For business owners it’s essential to not only maintain a favorable personal credit rating; it’s equally important in building and maintaining a strong business credit rating as well. “Just as your personal credit has a big impact on your financial health, your business credit can help you get competitive business loan rates and terms from potential suppliers,” says Marc Kirshbaum, president of Experian’s Business Information Solutions group.
 

 


Understand the Law Before Dropping or Reducing Employee Benefits
 
Small businesses facing poor or uncertain financial circumstances may be forced to consider drastic employment decisions including layoffs and benefit reductions. If your business faces such decisions, it important to understand your legal rights and obligations concerning employment law.
 

License Collector’s Office Monthly City Business Showcase

City Hall Rotunda
 
See flyer for available dates. Businesses may register by contacting Bill Ray, 314-622-3306, RayWi@stlouis-mo.gov.

myRA

 
myRA can help savers who don’t have access to retirement savings plans through work plan, save, and invest in their futures. It costs nothing to open an account, there are no fees, and myRA carries no risk of losing money. myRA is easy for employers and businesses, too: there’s no cost or administrative burden to them.  
 
To learn more contact: Ingrid Taylor, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 314-444-3792, ingrid.m.taylor@stls.frb.org.
 


Community Development Administration Request for Proposals or Qualifications

 
The Community Development Administration and Land Reutilization Authority of the City of St. Louis (“City”) are seeking redevelopment proposals for property owned by the Land Reutilization Authority.

Residential Properties, including the mixed use property at 3305-07 Meramec St

Commercial Properties:

  • 5101-23 Virginia Avenue in the Dutchtown Neighborhood
  • The intersection of Arsenal street and South Jefferson Avenue in the Benton Park West Neighborhood
  • 3300-04 Wisconsin and 3306 Wisconsin in the Benton Park Neighborhood

Score St. Louis Workshops

 
At SCORE St. Louis our mission is to “Start, grow, and build small businesses through education provided by experienced business professionals.”  We offer free business counseling and resources, low-cost workshops, and free business scan services.  Whether you’re starting a business, preparing for a loan, or have existing business issues or opportunities, SCORE mentors are ready help.

Business Events (Con’t)


Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals

6/16,  6 – 8pm
Register Now

Business After Hours are a great way to meet the Hispanic Chamber membership and network, all in a fun and open environment! We hope to see you there!
 


Arch Grants Global Startup Competition

Early Application Deadline: 6/16, 11:59pm
Final Application Deadline: 8/12,11:59pm
Finalist Pitch Days: 6/2, 8/4, 9/29
Incubation begins November, 2016

 

Since 2012, Arch Grants has awarded over $3 million in cash grants to 65 startup businesses that were willing to call St. Louis home. With the help of our program and support services, these companies have gone on to create over 270 jobs, generate nearly $20 million in revenue, and attract over $50 million in follow-on capital.  Arch Grants Companies are growing at a fantastic pace.
 

Fall 2016 Workshop in Business Opportunities Orientation

Orientation #1 – Tues 6/21 – 11am-noon & Noon-1pm
Orientation #2 – Fri 6/24 – 11am-noon & Noon-1pm
Grace Hill Water Tower Hub
2125 Bissell St

Join to learn about the WIBO course, a 16-week business class designed to take blooming and established business owners to the next level in their entrepreneurial journey. Choose a date and time slot and register. For questions, email wbcinfo@gracehillsettlement.org or call 314-584-6700
 


IT Forum

Weds 6/22, 1-6pm
T-Rex
911 Washington Ave

Join the Small Business Development Center and Procurement Technical Assistance center in this unprecedented event that will connect local IT firms with opportunities from General Dynamics. There will be panel discussions, personal one on one meet and greets, as well as guest speakers from General Dynamics, who will speak on the exciting new opportunities in the areas of cyber security, innovative software solutions, and investment.


ChallengeHER: Opportunities for Women in Federal Contracting

Mon 6/27
Registration: 8 am – 9am
Sessions: 9am – 12:30pm
Matchmaking: 11am. – 1:30pm
Webster University Gateway
Arcade Building
812 Olive Street
Registration Required

SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE THE FEDERAL CONTRACTING INDUSTRY AND WIN FEDERAL CONTRACTS BY KNOWING THE RULES AND UNDERSTANDING THE STRATEGIES

ChallengeHER works specifically with the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) federal contracting program as a tool to help to assist women business owners leverage federal awards, learn the federal procurement process, and to connect them with the right people.
 


Teach Me How to Trademark

Tues 6/28, 10am – Noon

 
When should I file a trademark?
How do I protect my unique logo and/or name?
How do I avoid infringing on another company’s trademark?
If these are questions that are racing through your mind, sign up to attend our Trademarks workshop to get your questions answered!
 

Small Business Legal Clinic

Tues 6/28, 5 – 7pm
Fee: $15

Attorneys will be available for 30-minute one-on-one sessions to discuss legal topics relating to new and existing small businesses. Even if you do not have specific questions, come and tell the attorneys about your business- they can help spot legal issues and give you general guidance.

The clinic will take place in room #300 on the 3rd floor.
Admission fee will be collected before your session begins.
Acceptable forms of payment: CASH, CHECK, MONEY ORDER & DEBIT CARD

 
  

2016 Financial Empowerment Lunch and Learn Series: Banking Services for Small Businesses

Presented by The City of St. Louis Treasurer’s Office of Financial Empowerment
Weds 6/29, 11am-noon & 12:30pm-1:30pm
RSVP Deadline: 6/24, 5pm
City Hall
1200 Market Street
Second Floor Room 220 

Presenter: First Bank 

You must RSVP in order to guarantee that your lunch will be provided. All workshops are open and free to attend, but if you do not RSVP your lunch will not be provided.

For more information or to RSVP, contact the Office of Financial Empowerment at 
314-622-4700.
 


Grow Her Business! Beyond the Start-Up: Strategies to Scale-Up 

Thurs 6/30, 1pm-3pm          
RSVP to receive the link to the livestream

Please join the National Women’s Business Council for our next Public Meeting – where we will explore the potential of, and barriers to, high-growth women-owned firms.
 


St. Louis Fashion Incubator

Inaugural Class Application Due Thurs 7/14
 
The Saint Louis Fashion Incubator is now accepting applications for the inaugural class of January 2017. 

Applicants must have produced two commercially available collections, and may submit entries from any of the following categories:

  • Women’s Ready-to-Wear
  • Men’s Ready-to-Wear
  • Accessories (Jewelry, Footwear, Handbags, and Millinery)
  • Children’s
Applicants must be 21 and a United States resident with a business based in the U.S.
 
For more information, email info@saintlouisfashionincubator.org


Apply for Fall 2016 PROSPER WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS STARTUP ACCELERATOR

Decisions will be made by the end of July

 

Every day in America, women start more than 1,200 new businesses.  That number has doubled since 2011.  But getting those ideas off the ground isn’t easy. Prosper Women Entrepreneurs is changing that. Our Startup Accelerator is supporting women business owners by making investments in women-led startups.

We’re looking for women-led startups with a focus on technology, healthcare technology, and consumer products. We define a women-led business as a company with at least one woman in a position of leadership and significant and meaningful equity.  We define startups as companies that have a working product and preferably customers.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • $50,000 for a negotiated equity position
  • Follow-on funding of up to $100,000
  • No need to relocate the company
  • Participants commit to being in St. Louis for 12 days during the three-month program
  • Work intensely on: advancing sales, pitching for and finding money, leading your team
  • Extensive hands-on mentoring — no competing for attention!
  • Experienced mentors matched to industry and company stage
  • Curriculum specifically designed for women
  • Exposure to a network of experts and capital sources
  • Demo Day!  Pitch to venture capitalists, angel investors, and potential clients
  • Follow-on contact to support your growth
  • Applications come from over all over the US.
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Information about St. Louis Neighborhood Business Association activities, business resources, news, & events.

Our mailing address is:

St. Louis Development Corporation

1520 Market St.
Suite 2000

St Louis, MO 63103

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Second District Police Community Outreach Meeting

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Please forward to your contacts that the Second District Police Community Outreach Meeting scheduled for Tuesday June 21, 2016 at the St. Louis Senior Center is cancelled.

 

Thank you,


Officer Don Veile

Second District Community Outreach

3157 Sublette

St. Louis, MO. 63139

314-444-0168

dlveile@slmpd.org

 

 

If any of you have old medications you wish to get rid of please read the following:
 
The South Patrol Prescription medication drop off box is currently up and running.  Persons may bring old/unused prescription medication & pet medication to 3157 Sublette 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
 
Please DO NOT bring needles, syringes with needles, thermometers, IV bags & tubing, bloody or infectious waste, personal care products, empty containers, hydrogen peroxide, aerosol cans or inhalers.
 
All liquid medication needs to be in a leakproof container.
 
Thank you,
P.O. Vince Stehlin
Lindenwood Liaison Officer
District Two

 

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

5K DEBBIE’s WALK
FOR HUNGER
Sat., June 18 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
FRANCIS PARK
in St. Louis Hills
$5.00 or 5 canned goods donation
Registration – s tarts 8:00 AM
N.E. corner of park (on Nottingham just west of Tamm)
FREE to Participants (As supplies last)
Tri-State WATER • TED DREWES • MUSIC: John Maxfield
Can’t Walk or Weather Cancellation, still accepting All donations
Check & Proceeds to: Trinity Assembly of God Church
Write on Check MEMO: Debbie’s Walk for Hunger
4720 Jamieson Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63109 (314) 752-1015 trinityaogstl.org
Walk questions email: powerdebberz@yahoo.com

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6227 hancock
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CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 30th

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

NORTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 30th  

  

 

 

 

 

INCIDENT:    ASSAULT 1ST (CUTTING)
 
LOCATION:   50XX BLOCK OF PERNOD
 
DATE:    5/30/16
 
TIME:    1530
 
SUMMARY: SUSPECT THOUGHT HER BOYFRIEND WAS AT VICTIMS HOME. THE SUSPECT SHOWED UP WITH A KNIFE, DURING AN ARGUEMENT THE SUSPECT CUT THE VICTIM ON HER HANDS. CUTS WER MINOR, VICTIM REFUSED EMS.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    LARCENY
 
LOCATION:   34XX BLOCK OF SUBLETTE
 
DATE:    5/29/16 TO 5/30/16
 
TIME:    1430-1200
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID PERSON(S) UNKNOWN FORCED DOWN HER DRIVERS SIDE WINDOW AND STOLE A CD PLAYER FROM INSIDE. VICTIM SAID THE WINDOW IS BROKEN AND CAN EASILY BE PUSHED DOWN.
 
 
ARREST: OFFICERS ARRESTED A W/M SUBJECT IN THE 34XX BLOCK OF LAWN ON A WARRANT FOR VMCSL.

 
 
INCIDENT:    LARCENY
 
LOCATION:   52XX BLOCK OF FAIRVIEW
 
DATE:    5/31/16
 
TIME:    1700-1830
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE A SLIDING SAW AND BASE FROM HIS GARAGE. NO SIGNS OF FORCED ENTRY.
 
 
 

INCIDENT:    DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
 
LOCATION:   34XX BLOCK OF S. KINGSHIGHWAY
 
DATE:    6/1/16
 
TIME:    0700-1515
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN BROKE OUT THE REAR WINDOW OF HER VAN WHILE IT WAS PARKED ON THE LOT. NO ENTRY GAINED.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    PEACE DISTURBANCE
 
LOCATION:   56XX BLOCK OF MARQUETTE
 
DATE:    6/3/16
 
TIME:    1030
 
SUMMARY: W/F SUBJECT WAS ISSUED A SUMMONS FOR PEACE DISTURBANCE AFTER REFUSING TO REMOVE FLOWER PLANTERS OFF OF A WOODEN FENCE THAT THE VICTIM HAD PUT IN. VICTIM WAS CONCERNED IT WOULD VOID THE WARRANTY IF THEY WEREN’T REMOVED.
 
 
 
SHOPLIFTING:

1) 6/4/16, QUICKTRIP
 

 

SOUTHAMPTON CRIME REPORT FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 30th 
  
 
 
INCIDENT:    FRAUD
 
LOCATION:   49XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA
 
DATE:    1/1/15 TO 5/31/16
 
TIME:    N/A
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID HIS PERSONAL INFORMATION WAS COMPR0MISED TO OPEN FRAUDULENT ACCOUNTS WITH SEVERAL UTILITY COMPANIES.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    LARCENY
 
LOCATION:   50XX BLOCK OF CHIPPEWA
 
DATE:    5/31/16
 
TIME:    0930-1150
 
SUMMARY: AN EMPLOYEE FOR A PRIVATE TOW COMPANY SAID HE PLACED A “BOOT” ON A VEHICLE AT THE ABOVE LOCATION. WHEN HE RETURNED TO TOW THE BOOT AND VEHICLE WERE GONE.
 

 
 
INCIDENT:    LARCENY
 
LOCATION:   54XX BLOCK OF DELOR
 
DATE:    5/27/16 TO 5/28/16 
 
TIME:    2300-0700
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE A FLAG FROM HIS FRONT PORCH.
 
 
 

INCIDENT:    VMCSL (ARREST)
 
LOCATION:   53XX BLOCK OF MACKLIND
 
DATE:    6/1/16
 
TIME:    1235
 
SUMMARY: RELATIVE TO AN ONGOING INVESTIGATION OFFICERS ARRESTED A SUBJECT IN THE 530XX BLOCK OF MACKLIND WHERE HE WAS FOUND IN POSSESSION OF A LARGE AMOUNT OF MARIJUANA. THEY THEN RESPONDED TO HIS ADDRESS IN THE 85XX BLOCK OF PALEMETTO. SUBJECT SIGNED A CONSENT TO SEARCH AND ADDITIONAL MARIJUANA WAS LOCATED INSIDE HIS HOME.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
 
LOCATION:   54XX BLOCK OF NEOSHO
 
DATE:   6/2/16 
 
TIME:    2340
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID SHE WAS SLEEPING WHEN SHE HEARD HER DOGS BARKING AT THE REAR OF HER RESIDENCE. SHE SAID SHE AWOKE AND LOOKED OUTSIDE AND SAW A MALE SUBJECT, HEAVY SET, 5’6 TO 5’8, LONG DARK HAIR STANDING NEXT TO HER VEHICLE. VICTIM SAID SHE BEGAN BANGING ON THE WINDOW, WHEN THE SUBJECT NOTICED THIS HE RAN AWAY THROUGH THE ALLEY. VICTIM SAID SHE WENT OUT TO CHECK ON HER VEHICLE AND NOTICED A KEY SCRATCH FROM THE DRIVERS DOOR TO THE FRONT BUMPER.

 
 
 
INCIDENT:    LARCENY
 
LOCATION:   52XX BLOCK OF MURDOCH
 
DATE:    5/31/16 TO 6/2/16 
 
TIME:    1800-1000
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE A LAWN MOWER FROM HER BACK YARD.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    PEACE DISTURBANCE/DESTRUCTION OF PROPRTY(ARREST)
 
LOCATION:   55XX BLOCK OF LANSDOWNE
 
DATE:    6/4/16 
 
TIME:    2230
 
SUMMARY: B/M SUBJECT WAS ARRESTED AFTER BEING OBSERVED KICKING A VEHICLE IN THE STREET AND SHOUTING OBSCENITIES AT BYSTANDERS.

 
 
 
INCIDENT:    STOLEN AUTO
 
LOCATION:   49XX BLOCK OF WALSH
 
DATE:    6/4/16 TO 6/5/16 
 
TIME:    2130-1200
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN STOLE HER BLACK 2008 KIA SPORTAGE FROM IN FRONT OF THE RESIDENCE. VICTIM BELIEVES SHE MAY HAVE DROPPED HER KEYS NEXT TO THE VEHICLE BECAUSE SHE CANNOT FIND THEM.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    BURGLARY 2ND
 
LOCATION:   42XX BLOCK OF HEREFORD
 
DATE:    5/23/16 TO 6/4/16
 
TIME:    1200-1900
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN ENTERED HIS APARTMENT AND STOLE OVER 1000 ALBUMS FROM INSIDE. VICTIM ADVISES THAT HE LEAVES HIS DOOR UNLOCKED BECAUSE HE TRUSTS HIS NEIGHBORS.
 
 
 
INCIDENT:    DESTRUCTION OF PROPRTY
 
LOCATION:   49XX BLOCK OF BANCROFT
 
DATE:    5/30/16 TO 6/5/16 
 
TIME:    1200-1600
 
SUMMARY: VICTIM SAID DURING THE LISTED TIMES, PERSON(S) UNKNOWN PAINTED GRAFFITI ON HER OVERHEAD GARAGE DOOR.

 

 
SHOPLIFTING:
5/31/16     53XX DEVONSHIRE: WOMANS RUNNING APPAREL.

 
 

P.O. VINCE STEHLIN
SOUTHAMPTON LIAISON OFFICER
DISTRICT TWO
PER THE AUTHORITY OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL DEEBA
COMMANDER, DISTRICT TWO

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6227 hancock
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United States