Maplewood pool update

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

I am happy to announce that The Maplewood pool is once again being offered to the residents of the 23rd and 24th Wards the use of the pool at Maplewood residents rates 

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Update on last nights meeting

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

I want to thank all of those that came out last night to discuss the possible apartment that will be located on Hampton. After listening to the owner of the building a vote was taken and all but one voted to let them move forward with their plans with conditions.

RE: Garcia Properties

3800 Hampton

St. Louis, MO  63109

After meeting with neighbors the Tilles Park Neighborhood Association will support an occupancy permit for the above named business with the following conditions.

 

  • Units no larger than one bedroom.
  • Tenants must meet a criminal background check.
  • Entry doors accessible only by key or code.
  • Security cameras covering all hallways, stairways and exterior areas of the building
  • Units will be non-smoking including hallways and stairways.
  • No exterior signage except as approved by the Neighborhood Association
  • A parking spot will be designated for each unit.         
  • Landscaping and parking area shall be well maintained.
  • Litter shall be collected as needed.
  • Property, including sidewalk and curb, shall remain free of weeds.
  • A Renters Roll shall be provided to the Alderman upon request.
  • Property shall not become a nuisance property. Should nuisance issues arise, Garcia Properties will work with the Police and the community to address them.
  • The business must be compliant with all current city, state and federal laws as a condition of use.

 

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Court and crime update

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

Southampton Court Advocacy Team,

 

Relative to the neighborhood crime report entry below from 4/17,  I am asking for anyone to please step up and prepare an Court Impact Statement involving the defendant who was apprehended by officers a short time after the incident. I cannot stress enough how important these letters/signatures are when entered into court. Let’s show that crimes such as these will not be tolerated in the Southampton neighborhood. The defendant is currently confined at the St. Louis Justice Center on a$200,000.00 (cash only bond)
 If anyone needs a sample letter to guide you please let me know and I will email you a copy. I would like to have a letter(s) prepared and approved before the general membership meeting on May 10th so we can garner signatures. Below is the information you’ll need for the header of your letter:


Circuit Court Judge Barbara Peebles

22nd Judicial Circuit

Saint Louis, Missouri 63103

 

Tiama Phipps 

Re: Case # 1722-CR01716


 

4/18/17 @ 2345 (Devonshire/Macklind) Robbery 1st: 
The victim was robbed at gun point while leaving a local restaurant/bar. The suspect fired one shot into the air as he ran off with the victim’s purse. With the assistance of the helicopter and Canine, he was spotted and a foot pursuit followed ending with the suspect being extracted from under a rear porch without incident. The gun was recovered. The suspect and the gun were identified by the victim; however, the purse was not recovered.

 

 

Thank you,

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Southampton Liaison Officer

District Two

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of April 17th

 

4/18/17 @ 1645-1720 (57xx block of Itaska) Larceny:  Victim reported he was doing some yard work in his back yard using his Troy built tiller.  After completing the job, he left the tiller in his back yard and ran a few errands.  When the victim returned later that day he found that the gate to his back yard fence had been opened and the tiller was missing.



4/18/17 @ 2345 (Devonshire/Macklind) Robbery 1st: 
The victim was robbed at gun point while leaving a local restaurant/bar. The suspect fired one shot into the air as he ran off with the victim’s purse. With the assistance of the helicopter and Canine, he was spotted and a foot pursuit followed ending with the suspect being extracted from under a rear porch without incident. The gun was recovered. The suspect and the gun were identified by the victim; however, the purse was not recovered.

 

Lindenwood Crime Report for the Week of April 17th

 

 

4/21/17 @ 1239 (42xx block of Watson) Fraud: Victim reported person(s) unknown had stolen her identity and personal information using unknown means, and used it to fraudulently open multiple lines of credit without her knowledge or consent.



4/21/17 @ 1420 (64xx block of Chippewa) Larceny: Assistant Manager reported during 3/3/17 – 4/10/17 several phones were removed from a locked storage case in the inventory room. Assistant Manager advised me only employees have access to the locked storage case. Investigation ongoing.

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st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Lindenwood update

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

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We will need a full crew so we really encourage all who are able to try to help for as much time as you can.  Whether an hour or two, or the entire time, your assistance is greatly needed.

It’s a great way to meet neighbors and show PRIDE in our Park. All are welcome: individuals, religious groups, school groups, social groups or local business volunteers.

  • Date: Saturday, May 6th
  • Time: 9 am – noon
  • Place: Meet at the pavilion and disperse from there

What should you bring: (LABEL WHATEVER YOU BRING, please)

  • Yourself,
  • a neighbor,
  • your wheel barrrow (if you have one),
  • a pitchfork (if you have one),
  • a shovel,
  • gloves,
  • broom,
  • planting tools
  • hand blower if you so desire

What are we doing:

  • cleaning up beds and mulching for the summer season,
  • picking up trash and debris throughout the park,
  • PLANTING the beds by the band stand and other beds as needed,
  • raking the mulch in the swing areas,
  • sweeping the pavilion/tennis courts/in-line rink,
  • filling low spots where water stands with mulch.

What will LPNA provide:

  • some tools through Operation Brightside and
  • will provide light snacks and light beverages.

Why are we doing this:
To beautify our park for the summer and to support strong property values in our neighborhood.  This leads to:

  • greater neighborhood strength,
  • building relationships with neighbors,
  • pride in our park,
  • improved safety,
  • a great space for summer events and more.

If you have any questions please contact your Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association Park Chairs:

Thanks in advance for your support.

Tweetup at El Paisano!

It’s nearly time for our April Tweetup!  This month we will be celebrating an early Cinco de Mayo at El Paisano, 3315 Watson Rd., on April 25th from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.

El Paisano has been in our neighborhood for over 10 years and regularly pulls in a happy and great crowd of people.  $2 margaritas are the order of the day for happy hours!  Come and join us for our monthly Tweetup (Happy Hour) and use this time to get to know some new people, support a local restaurant and have a great time doing so.  This is also a great opportunity for you to meet and chat to our Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist.

Tweetups are never dull so invite your neighbors, work colleagues and friends and join us on the 25th at El Paisano!  Remember that you will need to pay for your own food and drinks!

The LPNA Community Garden

The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association Community Garden is a community project sponsored by Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association and supported by Gateway Greening, Inc. for neighbors, friends and volunteers to work together for its success.

Membership benefits: Our community garden provides you opportunities to meet others who are interested in gardening, share ideas about how to deal with pests, stories regarding garden success, and opportunities to learn about plants to consider. As a member of LPNA Community Garden in 2017 you can take advantage of all the resources and offers our Gateway Greening sponsor has to offer.  Gateway Greening offers free seminars, very inexpensive bedding plants and packets of seeds to member community gardeners.  There are also a number of opportunities to get to know other community gardeners and learn more about gardening when you volunteer at Gateway Greening and attend seminars.   Please go to gatewaygreening.org to learn more.

Dues:  $10.00 for the 2017 season (sometime March-November). Membership inquiries should be directed to the Garden Leaders—Sharon Panian, 314 647-7160, skp93stlmo@yahoo.com and Milton Murry, 314 644-3661, mardelusa03@yahoo.com.

Rules and policies are provided for safety, fairness, and to help make sure all members know what is expected of them.  They will ensure that everyone has a successful and enjoyable growing season. For information about the rules and policies, please contact Sharon or Milton.

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!

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Airbnb Authorization Initially Passed

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

Airbnb Authorization Initially Passed

This week, the Missouri House perfected HB 608. This bill would allow Airbnb to operate in neighborhoods across the state.

The language prohibits municipalities and neighborhood associations from placing “unreasonable” restrictions on residential dwelling rentals. It also amends the definition of “transient guest” to be to be a person renting/occupying a guest room in a lodging establishment  for a period of less than 31 days in a calendar quarter.

From  Rep. Donna Baringer

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

TWEETUP Tuesday April 25 5:30 – 7:30 – EL PAISANO

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

TWEETUP  Tuesday April 25  5:30 – 7:30 – EL PAISANO
Mark the date in your calendar! It’s nearly time for our April Tweetup! This month we will be celebrating an early Cinco de Mayo at El Paisano, 3315 Watson Rd., on April 25th from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.
El Paisano has been in our neighborhood for over 10 years and regularly pulls in a happy and great crowd of people. $2 margaritas are the order of the day for happy hours! Come and join us for our monthly Tweetup (Happy Hour) and use this time to get to know some new people, support a local restaurant and have a great time doing so. This is also a great opportunity for you to meet and chat to our Alderman and Neighborhood Improvement Specialist.
Tweetups are never dull so invite your neighbors, work colleagues and friends and join us on the 25th at El Paisano!

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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Scrap Metal Drive

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

Scrap Metal Drive!

Yes it’s that time again!  We will be collecting scrap on the Saturdays in April.  It’s time for YOU to start collecting scrap too.  Bring it to Timothy on a Saturday in April, or if you need a pick-up, contact the church office.  Pick up a flyer and let others know!

 

Scrap Metal Drive

Saturdays, April 1

April 8   ~   April 15

April 22   ~   April 29

Timothy Lutheran Church

6704 Flyer Ave. (at Ivanhoe)

314-781-8673

Start SAVING and SPREADING THE WORD!!!

 

Materials we don’t accept:


  • Air Conditioners w/CFCs
  • Light Fixtures w/Ballast PCB
  • Steel Drums w/o certifications
  • Refrigerators w/o certifications
  • Capacitors
  • Batteries not separated with load
  • Dirt, Concrete, Trash, Wood
  • Material w/asbestos
  • Compressor Motors w/oil
  • Containers or tanks w/o holes & certificate
  • Radioactive material
  • Auto bodies containing:
    • Batteries
    • Engines w/oil
    • Gas takes w/o holes


Materials we accept:


A/C Condensers 
Appliances 
Appliance Cords
Auto Rims 
Auto Rotors & Drums 
Bakery Trays & Carts
Barrels
Metal Bed Frames &

     Head Boards
Bicycles
Brake Linings
Buckets 
Bullet Shells (empty) 
Bumpers 
Cabinets 
Canoes & Boats 
Cans 
Canisters 
Cars (with title)

Car Radiators & Batteries
Carbide Bits 
Carbide Shanks Cast

     Aluminum 
Catalytic Converters

Chairs & Furniture 
Chain Link Fence 
Chimney Pipe 
Chimes 
Computers Condensers & Radiators 
Condensers 
Copper Sheet

CRT

Crutches & Walkers
Doors (no glass)

Doorknobs
Doorknockers
Downspouts
Drill Bits

DVD players
Electric Motors Electrical Wires & Cords
Fan Blades
Farm Equipment
Faucets
Fence Pipe
Fenders, Hoods
Figurines
Fittings
Flag Poles
Frying Pans
Furniture-metal
Grills
Heater Cores
Hinges
Holiday Lights
Hubcaps
Ladders
Lamps & Light Fixtures

Laptops
Lawn Furniture
Lawnmowers (no fluid)
Lead Pipes/Wheel Weights

Light Ballasts

Litho Plate

Lockers
Metal Tables
Motor Housings
Musical Instruments
Nails

Ornamental Fencing

Outboard Motors
Ovens
Padlocks/Keys Pipes
Plates
Plumbing Pipes
Pot Belly Stoves
Posts
Pots & Pans
Radiators
Romex Wire
Roofing & Gutters
Screws, Nuts, Bolts
Serving Trays
Siding
Signs
Sinks
Steel
Swing Sets
Shocks
Shovels & Rakes 
Snow Blowers (no fluid)

Steel chairs & furniture

Telephone Cable 
Toys 
T-Posts 
Trailers (no tires) 
Transmissions 
Tubs 
T.V. Antennae 
Wagons 
Waffle Irons 
Windows (no glass) 
Window Blinds 
Window Weights


If it’s metal we will accept it!

 

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United States

redevelop 3800 Hampton office building (Hampton at south side of Mardel) in to 12 one-bedroom studio apartments

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Tilles Park Neighborhood Association

                 Special Meeting

 

7:00 p.m. April 24 at the Police Officers’ Hall 3710 Hampton

to review plans to redevelop 3800 Hampton office building 

(Hampton at south side of Mardel) in to

12 one-bedroom studio apartments


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Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States

Tilles Park Neighborhood Association Special Meeting

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Joe Vaccaro
23rd Ward Alderman
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Ward 23 Website

Tilles Park Neighborhood Association

                 Special Meeting

 

7:00 p.m. April 24 at the Police Officers’ Hall 3710 Hampton

to review plans to redevelop 3800 Hampton office building 

(Hampton at south side of Mardel) in to

12 one-bedroom studio apartments

This e-blast paid for by Friends of Joe Vaccaro inc Brian Sweeney treasurer

Joe Vaccaro
6227 hancock
st louis Missouri 63139
United States