Refuse Division, holiday change of service for roll carts.

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23rd Ward Alderman
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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 Independence Day observance on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

 

The yard waste collection regularly scheduled for roll carts on Wednesday, July 5th is canceled due to the holiday.  Roll cart yard waste collection will resume on its regular schedule, Wednesday, July 12th

 

There will be no change in collection for residents who normally have their roll carts collected on Monday, July 3rd and Thursday July 6th.

 

Residents who normally have their roll carts collected on Tuesday and Friday will have their trash collection on Wednesday, July 5th and Friday, July 7th.

 

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 program at:  http://www.hhwstl.com/ 

  

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Crime Report for the Week of June 19th

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Northampton Crime Report for the Week of June 19th

 

 

6/19/17 @ 1035 (32xx block of Sulpher) Assault: Victim reported he went outside to check his mail. When he returned inside an unknown male struck him above his left eye with a closed fist causing a laceration. The Male yelled, “You want some more of this” and then returned to an unknown apartment.  
Attempt to locate the suspect was unsuccessful.



5/27/17-6/23/17 @ 1930-0700 (33xx block of Sublette) Larceny: Victim reported both of his license plates were stolen from his vehicle while it was being worked on at the above location.


Southampton Crime Report for the Week of June 19th

 

6/22/17-6/24/17 @ 1700-1700 (54xx block of Nottingham) Larceny: Victim reported his bike stolen from his garage. Victim is in the process of moving and was not sure if his side entry door was secured. There were no signs of forced entry.

 

 

6/23/17 @ 2045-2300 (54xx block of Winona) Larceny: Victim reported letting his two dogs out in her gated yard before leaving for dinner. When he returned he observed that one of the dogs (9MO OLD 55LB BOXER DOG HAS BLACK AND WHITE SNOUT, BLACK AND BROWN BODY WHITE PAWS) had been stolen.

 

 

6/25/17 @ 0700-1840 (49xx block of Nottingham) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown stole a power washer from his rear yard.

Lindenwood Park Crime Report for the Week of June19th

 

 

6/20/17 @ 1150 (66xx block of Fyler) Fraud: Victim reported she was a victim of a fraud/scam involving cash transactions through her email address.

 

 

6/20/17 @ 1100-1530 (35xx block of Watson) Larceny: Victim/owner reported person(s) unknown stole cash out of the cash register while he was attending to business.

 

 

6/24/17 @ 0800-1715 (67xx block of Bancroft) Stolen Auto: Victim reported his 2004 Pontiac Aztek stolen from in front of his residence. Victim believes it was a friend who was staying at his residence. Investigation ongoing.

 

 

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer

District Two

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Monthly Lindenwood Park Newsletter: Lindenwood Live, Tweetup, Trivia Night

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Sunday, June 25: Lindenwood Live!

Join us at “LINDENWOOD LIVE!”
The second of 3 concerts in the Park for 2017 will be held Sunday, June 25, from 6 to 8pm at Lindenwood Park.

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sounds of The Fire Keepers!

And don’t forget the food trucks which will begin serving at 5pm:

DISABLED ACCESS TO LINDENWOOD PARK CONCERTS

The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association is committed to providing access to individuals with disabilities who wish to attend our summer concerts. Access to any of the concerts in the park will be handled as follows for those who use walkers or wheelchairs:

  1. Arrive at the corner of Pernod and Jamieson;
  2. The street barricades will be MARKED FOR DISABLED ACCESS. There will be a person staffing the barricade between 3 – 6pm the day of the concert. Just indicate you need to drop off an individual who needs disabled access. The barricade will be moved to allow entry. The individual needing special access can then be dropped off at the driveway leading into the park;
  3. The person dropping off the individual can exit Pernod via the alley on the north side of the street and use nearby street parking if they are planning to stay for the concert;
  4. Barricades are removed when the concert concludes at 8:15pm allowing the designated car to return to pick up the person needing assistance.

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

Tweetup At Pietro’s

It’s time for the June Tweetup and this month we will be meeting at Pietro’s Restaurant, 3800 Watson Rd. on Tuesday June 27th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.
Pietro’s Restaurant started in 1960 as a small family operated bar and dining establishment with two employees. They are still family owned and offer quality meals at reasonable prices. Click here for the dinner menu: http://www.pietrosdining.com/dinner-menu
If you’ve never been to a Tweetup before, this is a great location (we will be on the patio) and you’ll have the opportunity to meet our Alderman, Joe Vaccaro and our Neighborhood Improvement Specialist, Christy Boyd as well as meet lots of new people and eat some great food! Every month we have people coming to Tweetups for the first time and we always hear “I’ve wanted to come to one of these for ages and now I’m so glad I did”. There is no hidden agenda. Just join a table or mingle and get to know your neighbors. Remember that you are responsible for your own food and drinks. Hope to see you on the 27th!

Trivia Night of the Living Dead

When:
Saturday July 29, 2017, 7:00pm
(Doors open at 6:15pm)

Where:
Timothy Lutheran Gym
6704 Fyler Ave.

Cost:
$20.00/person

Other info:
Tables of 8 (max)
Includes snacks, soda, water & beer (or bring your own)

Sponsored by:  Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association

Contact Pat Acquisto for reservations – patacquisto@sbcglobal.net or 314-781-2129

90% will be general trivia questions, this is not a zombie takeover!

 
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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 COMMUNITY LISTENING SESSION
JULY 10TH, 2017| 6:00 – 7:30 PM
LOCATION:
St. Louis Association of Community Organizations (SLACO)
5888 Plymouth Ave. | St. Louis, MO 63112
COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS:
If you’re a resident of St. Louis City or County age 18+, we invite you to join a listening session to share your
perspectives about health in St. Louis. How do you define a healthy community? What are the biggest health
concerns facing our community and our youth? What are some potential solutions to health concerns?
WHAT WILL HAPPEN DURING THE SESSION?
We will ask you to actively participate in a discussion about health and quality of life in the community. Everyone
who participates will be offered a light dinner and a $25 grocery gift card.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE DISCUSSION?
Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis and the City and County Health Departments are conducting
listening sessions with various members of the community. We hope to better understand what contributes to
healthy communities and to identify opportunities for improving health and well-being in the St. Louis region. Our
learning will lead to the development of plans to improve the health of St. Louis.
**Participation is limited to only one adult per household**
RSVP
Please sign-up for the session using the link below.
Participation is limited to the first 20 registrants.

https://stlcommunitysession.eventbrite.com

QUESTIONS?
If you have any questions about the group
session, please contact Kim Harrison at BHN  

 

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Crime Report for the Week of June 12th

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Southampton Crime Report for the Week of June 12th


6/11/17-6/12/17 @ 2230-0800 (49xx block Devonshire) Knowingly Burning: Victim stated that person(s) unknown attempted to set fire to her 2013 Buick Encore while it was parked behind her residence.

 

 

6/11/17-6/12/17 @ 1700-0930 (45xx block of S. Kingshighway) Larceny: Witness came into the Metro PCS store to open the store for the day and went into the back to retrieve the cash drawer and previous nights deposit from the safe. When he opened the safe the drawer was present but the deposit envelope was missing. Witness contacted the store manager who responded to the store. Investigation ongoing.



6/15/17 @ 0040 (52xx block of Nottingham) Illegal Dumping: Witness reported he watched a white male, operating a large van bearing a Missouri license plate of xxxx, went down the alley filling city refuse containers with large bags and dumping furniture items in the alley. A computer check revealed the above plate is issued 52xx Nottingham. Officers issued a city court summons to the suspect.



6/15/17 @ 0851 (52xx block of Winona) Fraud: Victim reported person(s) unknown using her personal banking information to conduct fraudulent transactions.



6/16/17 @ 2345 (49xx block of Itaska) Burglary 1st: 
The victim argued with his live-in girlfriend and she left the location upset. Both of her sons (suspects #1 & 2) responded and kicked in the front door. They entered and assaulted the victim. He sustained a large contusion on his head. An area search was conducted, photos were taken, and the suspects were entered as wanted.   



Lindenwood Park Crime Report for the Week of June 12th


6/13/17 @ 1455 (70xx block of Nottingham) Assault: Victim reported her boyfriend (child’s father) assaulted her by slapping her and punching her while inside the residence.  
As she attempted to leave, he pulled her back inside preventing her from leaving and in the process punched her in the face.
  She transported herself to Barnes for treatment.  DART Notified, DVIP Notified.


1/15/17-6/14/17 @ 0800-1800 (64xx block of Bradley) Larceny: Victim had a pistol (Beretta 92) 
in his closet. He doesn’t use it and hadn’t seen it in several months. He also stated he’s had several guests in his home and has no idea who stole it.

 

6/9/17-6/14/17 @ 1500-1600 (67xx block of Bradley) Larceny: Victim stated person(s) unknown stole the front license plate from his vehicle while it was parked in the driveway.



6/15/17 @ 0700-1500 (66xx block of Winona) Larceny: Victim Lechtenberger stated person(s) unknown stole the house key from under the mat at the front door of her residence.



6/15/17 @ 0900 (65xx block of Lindenwood) Stealing by Deceit: Victim contacted this department after continued problems with a roofing company she prepaid for a new roof.



6/17/17 @ 1517 (39xx block Jamieson) Peace Disturbance/Arrest: Witness observed a w/m subject in the alley behind this location drinking liquor and shouting obscenities. Officers arrived and arrested the subject for several warrants.

 


 

P.O. Vince Stehlin

Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer

District Two




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Union Preschool update

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23rd Ward Alderman
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Union Preschool has been a stabilizing influence in our neighborhood for 45 years. The
preschool is located in a building that is being sold, but it will remain in its present location.
Thanks to the commitment of the buyer, it will be open for many more years. There is a lot of
information and misinformation and we just wanted to assure the neighborhood that the school
will remain open in its present location. The preschool is now accepting enrollment for the 2017-
18 school year. Please call 314-647-0898 or email unionps1@gmail.com.

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Join Us at

“LINDENWOOD LIVE”

               

Concert in the Park

 

Sunday,  June 25

6-8pm

Lindenwood Park

 

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sound of  

 

“The Firekeepers”

 

ALSO Food Trucks are returning:

 

The Cheese Shack

Clementine’s Creamery

Frankly Sausages

Murray’s Shaved Ice

Slide Piece

STL BLT

Totally Toasted

Zia’s Slice of the Hill

 

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Crime Report for the Week of June 5th

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Northampton Crime Report for the Week of June 5th

 

6/8/17 @ 2317 (56xx block of Oleatha) Assault 4th: Victim reported she and a friend went to dinner. They became involved in an argument and she walked away because her male friend was drunk. Victim said she was then suspect punched her in the back of the head. A wanted was placed on the subject for the incident.

 

 

6/7/17-6/8/17 @ 1800-1600 (50xx block of Oleatha) Property Damage 2nd: Owner of the property was contacted by a tenant who said person(s) unknown forced open the rear common door to the property and went to the basement where a pad lock was broken on a storage locker. No items reported missing.

 

 

6/7/17-6/8/17 @ 1900-1700 (50xx block of Oleatha) Property Damage 2nd: Victim reported person(s) unknown damaged the rear door of his residence with an unknown object. Pry marks were visible near the lock, however, entry was not gained.

 

 

6/8/17 @ 1250 (49xx block of Potomac) Fraud: Victim contacted this department to report unauthorized use of her Amazon account to make purchases.



6/8/17-6/9/17 @ 2320-0800 (49xx block of Miami) Destruction of Property: Victim reported person(s) unknown shattered the passenger side rear door stationary window on her vehicle while it was parked on the street in front of her residence. She stated the vehicle did not appear to have been entered.

 

Southampton Crime Report for the Week of June 5th

6/5/17-6/7/17 @ 0830-1330 (49xx block of Eichelberger) Larceny: Victim reported his rear license plate was removed from the back of his vehicle while parked in the rear of this address.
6/9/17 @ 1300-1500 (54xx block of Nottingham) Larceny: Victim reported multiple items missing from his residence. He suspects his former roommate is responsible, however, attempts to locate him were unsuccessful at this time.
6/9/17 @ 0100-0600 (49xx block of Winona) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown broke out the rear passenger window of his vehicle and removed several pieces of stereo equipment from inside. 
P.O. Vince Stehlin

Southampton Liaison Officer
District Two

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Lindenwood Park Crime Report for the Week of June 5th

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Lindenwood Park Crime Report for the Week of June 5th


6/6/17-6/7/17 @ 1830-0930 (69xx block of Lansdowne) Larceny: Victim reported person(s) unknown entered her garage through an unlocked side entry door and stole her radio out of her vehicle and several power tools belonging to her husband. No signs of forced entry.


6/8/17 @ 1338 (60xx block of Chippewa) Fraud: Victim contacted this department detailing the unauthorized duplication of his PNC issued debit card in furtherance of making cash withdrawals. 


6/8/17 @ 1630 (69xx block of Lansdowne) Peace Disturbance: Victim ended a relationship with her boyfriend who began yelling outside and throwing her clothing on the front lawn and street causing numerous neighbors to come out to see what was happening. Suspect was issued a summons for the above charge.


6/9/17 @ 1225 (Regions Bank) Robbery 1st: The suspect (b/m, 30-33, dreadlocks, wearing a green/white button up shirt, St. Louis Cardinals stocking cap) entered the bank and produced a note to the teller demanding currency. The teller relinquished funds to the suspect who then exited the bank. A witness observed the suspect walk to the 60xx block of Oleatha and enter a tan vehicle. The vehicle traveled west until out of sight.


6/10/17-6/11/17 @ 2200-0755 (70xx block of Weil) Stolen Auto: Victim reported his 2014 Kia Forte stolen from in front of this location.


6/11/17 @ 1400 (64xx block of Chippewa) Larceny: Witness reported an unknown b/m, wearing a white t-shirt and black Addidas pants with black baseball cap place two sets of headphones in his backpack and leave the store without paying for the merchandise.


 


P.O. Vince Stehlin
Lindenwood Park Liaison Officer

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