Week In Review: Increased Occupancy Fees Allow for New Inspector, and More Adie Road Improvements On the Way
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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Maryland Heights Patch over the last few days:
Maryland Heights Council Amends Budget for Occupancy Fees: The council approved a bill that will allow for more money in the budget for a new part-time inspector, as a result of the rising occupancy permit fees.
Pattonville Schools Get 'Clean Bill of Health' in Financial Audit: The Pattonville Board of Education hears, approves 2011-2012 financial audit.
Funding Agreement for Adie Road Improvements Approved: The Maryland Heights City Council unanimously voted in favor of approving funding for phase three of the Adie Road construction project.
MoDOT Prepares for Next Component of I-270 Study: The next stage of the study is to do an environmental study of the corridor.
Lawmakers Want Action Against Bridgeton's West Lake Landfill: Local and state organizations come together to get community members to rally around taking care of Bridgeton landfill.
Parkway North Band Director Saves More Than 100 Lives On Spring Break Trip: Mark Linn came to the aid of bus driver who had passed out and guided the bus carrying Parkway North students and chaperones to safety.
Parkway North Hurlers Out To Prove 2012 Was No Fluke: Joe Hope and Joey Reeves look forward to full season with the varsity squad after last season's meteoric rise and a ride to the state final four.
Hollywood Casino Revenue Down Nearly 10 Percent: Revenue figures from casinos across St. Louis are down.
Placing Human Brain Cells in Mice Brains? It's Making Mice Smarter: A Maryland Heights-based scientific magazine reports that researchers found mice that had human brain cells transplanted into their own brains were smarter than mice that didn't have such a transplant.