(SLACO) HOLDS ANNUAL CONFERENCE THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29

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

ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS (SLACO)

HOLDS ANNUAL CONFERENCE THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29

 

 

If you are interested in community development issues, the SLACO Annual Conference is for you.  Multiple topics are addressed in a wide variety of breakout sessions including:

 

  • Capacity Building for Neighborhood Associations
  • Social and Environmental Justice
  • Community Sustainability
  • Neighborhood Planning
  • Toward a 21st Century City:  Art+Culture+Design
  • Health and Safety for Better Neighborhoods
  • Multi-Generational Communities

 

Conference Location: Harris Stowe State University

                                         Henry Givens Administration Building

Conference Date:        Saturday, October 29, 2016

Conference Time:        8:45am – 4:30pm

Cost:                                $30 (Includes continental breakfast and lunch)

Registration:                 Register online at:  www.slaco-mo.org or

                                         through Eventbrite    

 

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Crime Report for the Week of October 17th

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

Northampton Crime Report for the Week of October 17th



10/17/16 (52xx block of Parker) Burglary 2nd: Victim reported multiple items taken from her garage. No signs of forced entry. Victim had a bon fire in her yard the previous night and is unsure if she locked the garage that night.



10/17/16 (49xx block of Fairview) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered her unlocked vehicle overnight and stole (2) garage openers and (2) rings from the center counsel.



10/20/16 (52xx block of Tholozan) Larceny: Victim reported she accidently left her overhead garage door open before leaving town. When she returned she noticed person(s) unknown entered her son’s vehicle and stole multiple pieces of electronic equipment.



10/22/16 (Walgreens) Robbery 1st: Suspect entered store and shopped for several minutes. The manager observed the suspect concealing items in his coat and asked him to remove it. The suspect told the manager and cashier that he would, “shoot and kill them” if they tried to stop him. The suspect fled the store and entered a green four door vehicle and sped off north on Hampton. Investigation ongoing by district detectives.

 

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of October 17th


10/18/16 (50xx block of Lansdowne) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered his vehicle in an unknown manner and stole clothing, a duffle bag and $600.00 from inside. No signs of forced entry on the vehicle. 


10/22/16 (56xx block of Chippewa) Destruction of Property: Victim reported vehicle was damaged after being shot by paint ball gun.


10/22/16 (J.C. Penny) Larceny: Suspect was booked for indicated charge after attempting to steal merchandise from the store. A computer check by officer revealed the suspect had (2) felony stealing warrants. Suspect was booked and charged as indicated.


10/23/16 (49xx block of Winona) UUW/CCW/Arrest: Resident at this location became irate with construction plans that (2) men proposed to him that had been working on his house. During the altercation the subject fired a single shot in the air. Responding officers located the subject and placed him under arrest.

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of October 17th

10/19/16 (66xx block of Fyler) Destruction of Property: Victim reported person(s) unknown threw eggs at the front of his residence.

 
 
10/19/16 (U-Gas) Larceny: Gas drop off.
 
 
10/21/16 (65xx block of Smiley) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered her unlocked vehicle and stole a work check and a baby carrier and car seat from inside.


10/23/16 (60xx block of Marquette) Trespassing/Arrest: W/M suspect refused to leave the property after he was advised to leave several times because he was banned from the property. After refusing to comply officers placed him under arrest. The suspect resisted arrest and officers deployed the taser. All resistance seized and the subject was taken into custody.

 

P.O. Vince Stehlin
Northampton Liaison Officer
District Two
Per the authority of Captain Michael Deeba
Commander, District Two

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6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

My thoughts on Judges on the ballot

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

Although there is a lot of  things being said about the Judges being weak on crime and talk about voting not to retain the Judges we found these Judges to be good and have worked with us and the neighborhood I feel these Judges should have our yes vote to retain. 

 This is not to say that the other Judges are good or bad and I am sure that there are a lot of good Judges, The ones that I have listed are the ones I have worked with on neighborhood crime 

Judge  BRYAN L. HETTENBACH, Circuit Judge of
Judicial Circuit No. 22 (Division No. 1),

Judge  MARK H. NEILL, Circuit Judge of Judicial Circuit
No. 22 (Division No. 5)

 Judge  PHILIP D. HEAGNEY, Circuit Judge of Judicial
Circuit No. 22 (Division No. 11)

Judge  CHRISTOPHER E. McGRAUGH, Circuit Judge of
Judicial Circuit No. 22 (Division No. 15)

Judge  MICHAEL K. MULLEN, Circuit Judge of Judicial
Circuit No. 22 (Division No. 16)

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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

leaf pickup please read

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
cell number 314-718-0131
Ward 23 Website
I have been informed by the street dept. that the only leaf pickup will be on street cleaning day. I strongly disagree with this. I believe that this will not be a good idea. It seems to me that we pay more taxes and we get less services. 

The City of St. Louis has one of the most robust street cleaning programs in the United States with 1,100 miles of roads swept monthly. Since this program is so robust, the Streets Department is combining leaf pickup and regularly scheduled street cleaning as of November 1, 2016.

 

Every street in the City will receive the same equitable services on regularly scheduled street cleaning days from November 1st through December 31st.

 

The City will pickup normal street cleaning debris and any leaves that have fallen from City trees if they are placed in the street approximately a foot and a half away from the curb on regularly scheduled street cleaning days. Please remove any limbs, cardboard boxes, plastic bags, etc. from these piles, as these items can damage the equipment.  If your neighborhood does not have street cleaning signs, please check out the map on the Street Divisions Website.

 

Depending on the quantity of leaves, specialized equipment may be used that collects leaves and turns them into mulch, which then can be used for compost. If the quantities are less, a street sweeper may be the only equipment needed. In both cases, a street sweeper will be the last equipment used to make sure that the street is as clean as possible.

 

Please place remaining leaves from your yard in alley yard waste dumpsters or in roll carts, depending on which one is in your neighborhood. If using roll carts and additional space is needed, please use paper yard waste bags and place them in the tree-lawn on your regularly scheduled yard waste collection day. It is recommended that leaves be mulched with either a push mower with a bagging attachment or a blower/mulcher prior to placing in your dumpster, as this can reduce 10 normal bags of yard waste to just one bag of yard waste. Alternatively, you can also use this mulch in your garden or flower bed.

 

The Benefits to Everyone:

  • Everyone will receive the same outstanding service.
  • Vehicles should be moved per street cleaning signs, so that the entire street can be cleaned from corner to corner.
  • Crews will make up holidays*. Before, if your leaf pickup was on a holiday, you simply missed a pickup. Now Streets will reschedule. Since no-parking signs cannot be changed to represent the holiday, parking will be an issue on the rescheduled date, but we will make an attempt.

 

Citizens’ Service Bureau:

  • If your street was scheduled for street cleaning and you do not believe that it was swept, call 622-4800.
  • If there are cars parked on your street that haven’t moved since the last street cleaning day, call 622-4800.
  • If you notice any other City-related issues like potholes, street lights out or trees needing trimmed, call 622-4800.

 

*Holiday Schedule:

  • Veteran’s Day November 11th, will be made up on Saturday November 12th;
  • Thanksgiving November 24th, will be made up on Saturday November 26th;

Christmas (Observed Holiday) December 26th, will be swep

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ST. JOAN OF ARC PTO is Happy to Announce ANOTHER: Homemade Fried Chicken Dinner!!!

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

ST. JOAN OF ARC PTO is Happy to Announce ANOTHER:
Homemade Fried Chicken Dinner!!!
Date: Saturday, October 22nd, 2016
Dinner will be served from 5:30-7:30
The Menu:
Fried & Baked Chicken Dinners: 3 Pieces w/ 2 sides, soda & dessert: $9.00
3 Chicken Strips w/ 2 sides & soda will be offered for kids 7 and under: $7.00
Sides: (All Homeade!)
Green Beans w/ Bacon
Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy
French Fries
Coleslaw
Applesauce
Macaroni & Cheese
Hope to See YOU There!!!!!!!!!
St. Joan of Arc is at the corner of Pernod and Hampton Avenues

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court update

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

This is a court update pertaining to Hassen Mohammad who received drug court. although we as a neighborhood group were not happy with this the judge told us if he did not complete drug court and was sent back he would send him to prison for a lot of years. So he is back and we will now keep an eye on what happens next. 

Defendant was terminated from drug court and a warrant was issued. Defendant was arrested on 10/17 and is in custody with no bond allowed.

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6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Crime Report for the Week of October 10th

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

 

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of October 10th



10/12/16 (54xx block of Murdoch) UUW (3) Arrests: (3) subjects were arrested after an argument over a cell phone lead to gunshot being fired straight up in the air. A fight over the firearm resulted in two additional shots being fired into the grass.



10/14/16 (56xx block of Delor) Burglary 2nd: Victim reported person(s) entered his garage through the overhead door which he stated was locked and stole power tools and an I-Pod.



10/15/16 (Macklind/Neosho) Assault 3rd: Victim was arguing with her husband at the above location when another female tried to intercede and punched the female victim in the face. All parties were intoxicated, however, the second female was arrested for Peace Disturbance after continued shouting during the officers investigation.

 
 
10/15/16 (52xx block of Winona) Burglary 2nd: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered his garage through an open side door and stole lawn equipment, bike(s) and a power washer.


10/15/16 (52xx block of Devonshire) Destruction of Property: Victim reported person(s) unknown threw a rock at his front screen door breaking the glass in the door.


10/15/16 (52xx block of Devonshire) Victim reported she has had an ongoing problem with her neighbor which today resulted in the neighbor throwing rocks at her house. The neighbor in question appeared to be intoxicated by responding officers and was issued a city court summons for Peace Disturbance.


10/16/16 (44xx block of Hampton) Larceny: Victim reported his front license plate stolen off his vehicle while parked at the above location.

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of October 10th



10/12/16 (62xx block of Arthur) Larceny: Victim reported both of his Missouri license plates were stolen off his 2014 Ford Flex while the vehicle was parked at the above location.

 


Arrest: Officers conducted a vehicle stop in the 31xx block of Watson. Driver was arrested after computer check revealed an active felony warrant from St. Louis County.

 

Northampton Crime Report for the Week of October 10th



10/10/16 (57xx block of Oleatha) Fraud: Victim contacted detectives after reporting he was coerced and deceived out of $2700.00



10/10/16 (50xx block of Pernod) Violation of Order of Protection/Arrest: Officers received a call for a domestic disturbance, when they arrived they observed a w/m attempting to leave the area on foot. Subject was stopped, a computer inquiry on the subject revealed an active warrant for Violating an Order of Protection from the same location. Subject was booked on the warrant and additionally charged for the same violation.

 

 

Arrest: Officers conducted a traffic stop at S. Kingshighway/Connecticut. An occupant had an outstanding warrant, a search of the vehicle revealed a pill container containing numerous amounts of pills, a syringe and a glass pipe. At that point both subjects were arrested.

 

 

10/14/16 (52xx block of Tholozan) Fraud: Victim reported his personal information had been comprised to open fraudulent account.

 
 
P.O. Vince Stehlin
Northampton Liaison Officer
District Two
Per the authority of Captain Michael Deeba
Commander, District Two

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It’s time again for our monthly Tweetup

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

 

 

It’s time again for our monthly Tweetup! We hope you’ll join us this month at LoRusso’s Cucina at 3121 Watson Rd. on Tuesday October 25th from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

 

LoRusso’s is an award winning restaurant in our neighborhood and they’ve been in business for over 25 years. They have a wonderful menu and a great space for us to hold our Tweetup’s. http://lorussos.com/Menus.aspx

 

Like all the restaurants in our neighborhood, LoRusso’s is a great supporter of LPNA and actively involved in community service. Please join us on the 25th for another spectacular Tweetup!

 

If you’ve never been to a Tweetup before, don’t be shy. We usually have a great group of people show up for it. You can drop by for a snack and a quick drink or you can stay as long as you like. We have no agendas. It’s just a time to get to know some new people and have a great time while doing it! Just remember you pay for your own food and drinks.

 

Any questions or comments, please email tweetups@lindenwoodpark.org

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There is a ward meeting at the police officers assoc. this Monday Oct. 17

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

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         23RD WARD REGULAR DEMOCRAT ORG.

There is a ward meeting at the police officers assoc. this Monday  Oct. 17 

Time: 6:30 pm 

Address 3710 Hampton

Please come join Committeeman John Carpenter, Committeewoman Patty Ellison-Brown  and Alderman Joe Vaccaro and meet candidates running for office. 

There will be limited candidates signs available 

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
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