Hwy N Overlay and New Sidewalk Construction has Started!Please slow down, pay attention and watch for road construction workers.The City partnered with MoDOT and the St. Charles County Road Board to provide improvements to Highway N between Mannino's Market and Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Plans include an asphalt overlay, new striping and a new sidewalk on the SOUTH side of Highway N. Design and right-of-way work is complete. St. Charles County Road Board selected a contractor and construction has begun. For more information: www.sccmo.org/2148/Highway-N ... See MoreSee Less
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Cottleville Designated Purple Heart City!Nearly two months ago, Rich Francis, Cottleville City Administrator applied to the Purple Heart organization on behalf of the City of Cottleville to be designated a Purple Heart City in honor of all of the men and women who have selflessly served their country and this community in the Armed Forces. Mr. Francis stated he was happy to prepare the proclamation for the May 2022 Board of Aldermen meeting after speaking with Sydney "Sid" Staton, Commander of the Missouri Purple Heart Chapter 125 out of Fenton, MO. Commander Staton also attended the meeting and spoke to those in attendance regarding the Purple Heart Award which is the oldest military decoration in present use. He stated the Purple Heart, was the first American Service award or decoration made available to the common soldier who was wounded or who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while in action.Mayor Bob Ronkoski, who feels it is very important to remember our veterans was especially interested in becoming a designated Purple Heart City as his father James F. Ronkoski was a Platoon Sergeant E7 with the United States Army and received a Purple Heart on August 11, 1966 for wounds received in action during the Vietnam war. He also received two Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters for meritorious service. You can read more about Sgt. Ronkoski's story of heroism in the pictured general order number 5927 dated October 5, 1966.In the coming days, signs recognizing Cottleville as a Purple Heart Community will be installed at major entrances to the City of Cottleville. The designation is not only for people who have earned the Purple Heart, but also brings appreciation to all the veterans in our community. We thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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