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Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Maplewood

by Jaime Mowers
A Maplewood man was killed Monday afternoon when he was hit by a truck as he was crossing the street near a White Castle restaurant.

Consultants Weigh In On University City MSD Storage Tank Project

Civil engineers find storage tanks will not help during flooding

by Charles Bolinger
The City Council of University City on June 25 heard a brief presentation from a consultant the city hired to examine the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's (MSD) three finalists for a wastewater storage tank location.
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Up-Down Arcade Bar In Central West End Gets Green Light To Move Forward

Judge upholds liquor license; business can now prep to open

by Jaime Mowers
After more than a year of waiting, Up-Down Arcade Bar finally got the green light to use its liquor license and move forward with opening the business in the former Herbie's Vintage '72 space in the Central West End.

CORRECTION

The West End Word was incorrect when, in a June 29 article, it credited University City Administrator Gregory Rose as saying that eminent domain would be used on residential properties within the Olive-170 development. Rose reiterated that eminent domain would NOT be used.

Clayton Takes Action On Technology, Parklets

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Board of Aldermen has approved an agreement to provide technology services to Richmond Heights.
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Talking Transit: MetroLink Security Study Underway

Consultants discuss progress at recent public meeting

by Charles Bolinger
MetroLink marks 25 years next month since it opened its original light rail track between Hanley Road in North County and East St. Louis, Illinois. MetroLink safety and security has been a hot topic around town for more than a year.

TIF Commission Continues Hearing On Olive-170 Plan In University City

Adding business agreement possible; next public hearing scheduled for Aug. 23

by Charles Bolinger
At the end of the June 22 public hearing on the proposed Novus Development Olive-170 project, University City Manager Gregory Rose and Mayor Terry Crow requested that the University City TIF Commission continue the hearing.

WashU Looks To Expand Student Housing In Clayton

Proposal generates concerns from neighbors

by Mitch Schneider
Clayton's Plan Commission/Architectural Review Board recently reviewed elements of two proposed projects in the city. On June 18, the board considered a Washington University request to amend an existing use permit for the University's South 40 residential area.
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Gateway Go Card Helps Youth Save Big On Transit

This summer, young people ages 13 to 25 can save big on Metro Transit fares as part of a new pilot program launched on June 1 in the St. Louis region.

Development & Other Innovative Projects Ongoing In Central West End

From rooftop hives to "Cortex K," area progress is ongoing

by Charles Bolinger
Residential and commercial activity continues to hustle and bustle in and around the Central West End, including some innovative projects underway at urban restaurants.
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