The Treasurer’s office has been working towards modernizing parking operations in the city of St. Louis and now is your chance to see some of the competing vendors (& their technology) yourself. There will be a Treasurer’s Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday June 24th, 6pm at the Central Library on Olive. The vendors involved will show off the parking meters and smartphone apps that they’re offering, and talk about why their products are the best choice for our city.
Come join your neighbors at the Town Hall Meeting and help take our city’s parking tech into the
next current century!
There will not be a 2014 Kingshighway Hills Festival. Due to an unexpected 240% increase in the rental fee for our location, and faced with not enough time to find & publicize a new location, the KHNA Board had to make the difficult decision of canceling this year’s festival. We have already started the search for a new location that can host the festival, with hope that we can resume it in 2015.
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By now you have probably already heard that the Treasurer’s office is testing out new parking meters in the city. There are four trials, and they want you to test out the new spots and give them feedback so they can use that in their decision.
All four of the test locations allow for you to pay & renew your parking with a smartphone app, should you so choose.
The four test locations are:
- 10th Street between Chestnut and Washington Avenue (Downtown)
- Broadway and Pine (Downtown)
- Maryland and Euclid (CWE)
- Laclede and Euclid (CWE)
Once you’ve give the spots a whirl, make sure to take their survey! The feedback is the most important part.
Our fourth KHNA General meeting of the season is this week, 7p Thursday 3/13 at the Kennard CJA. It’s your chance to talk to your Alderman, Police, and Neighbors, and just generally find out what’s happening in Kingshighway Hills. See you there!
Our third KHNA General meeting of the season is this week, 7p Thursday 1/16 at the Kennard CJA. It’s your chance to talk to your Alderman, Police, and Neighbors, and just generally find out what’s happening in Kingshighway Hills.
Confirmed guests include Collector of Revenue Greg Daly, Alderman Joe Vollmer, and Senator Joe Keaveny. See you there!
Last year we met Tina from the Family Resource Center when she came and introduced us to what a great organization the FRC is. It seemed like a no-brainer that we should try to get our neighborhood more involved with the FRC, so we’re proud to announce that this year’s December event will be at the Family Resource Center.
Our event will be December 12th at 6pm, at the FRC (at Fyler & Kingshighway). We will take a tour, wrap gifts for the kids, and have some snacks. Feel free to bring a NEW gift that can be wrapped and given to the kids they support.
Want to know more about the FRC?
Their mission is to give kids a chance at a better life by preventing and treating all forms of child abuse and neglect by strengthening families through family-centered therapeutic, educational, and support services. Visit their website for more info.
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