June 24, 2011

Crime Alert from Judy Kekich, Clayton Communications Coordinator

The Clayton Police Department has issued the following statement and ask that you forward it to your neighbors. It would be helpful to encourage them to forward it to their Clayton neighbors. Thank you for your help in protecting our community.
The Clayton Police Department reports a recent increase in car break-ins throughout the Clayton community. These break-ins are also occurring throughout the St Louis area and particularly in our neighboring communities. Clayton citizens are reminded to always lock vehicles and remove valuables. Leaving items like GPS units and cell phone in plain sight makes your vehicle a prime target. If possible, park your vehicle in your driveway or garage, since thieves generally target vehicles parked on the street. You can help discourage these incidents in our community by reporting any suspicious activity in your neighborhood – please call the Clayton Police at 645-3000.

Judy Kekich
Communications Coordinator
314.290.8473 · Fax 314.863.0295 · jakekich@ci.clayton.mo.us

CITY OF CLAYTON - Administration
10 North Bemiston Avenue · Clayton, MO 63105 · www.claytonmo.gov

OUR MISSION: To foster a vital, balanced community composed of outstanding neighborhoods, quality businesses, commercial and government centers, premier educational institutions, and a healthy natural environment through an open, accessible and fiscally responsible government.

June 13, 2011

June 14th Board of Alderman Meeting - 7 PM - City Hall

There is a Clayton Board of Alderman meeting scheduled for tomorrow evening. There are two ordinance items on the agenda that may be of interest to residents of the Old Town neighborhood.

The 6/14/11 Board of Alderman Agenda link:

1. Ordinance – To approve a one-year extension of the rezoning for 25, 103, 111 & 119 N. Central Avenue. (Bill No. 6264) To consider an extension of the rezoning.

2. Ordinance – To approve a one-year extension of the Planned Unit Development for 25, 103, 111 & 119 N. Central Avenue. (Bill No. 6265) To consider an extension of the Planned Unit Development.