Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Trump Invokes Main Street USA Near St Charles City's Historic Main Street.

St. Charles, MO 11/29/2017
Trump Spoke At Length About His New Tax Plan While at The Embassy Suites St Charles Convention Center on the Edge of Highway 70 Near the Cracker Barrel Restaurant on Veterans Memorial Parkway.

Trump Says He Didn't Know, Until a Couple Days Ago, That Lewis and Clark Left on their 1000s-Mile Journey to The Western Edge of the Country in 1804 From Our Home Town in St Charles County.

However, he was proud to be here and was on his mark when complimenting St Charles' historic place in United State's History.
TRUMP gave a shou out to local St. Charles Countian Randy Schilling of OPO Startups @opostartups 
( Mr. Schilling renovated the old Federal Post Office on St. Charles' historic main street. Trump compared himself to Schilling because he just did the same thing with a Trump Hotel property in Washington DC in September of 2016.

Here is a link to a mildly in-depth story about Randy Schilling's efforts in St. Charles.…/

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Voters, Citizens, Politicians, Employees -- Come One, Come All to Tonight's 5 p.m. Ribbon Cutting for the New City Hall (11-8-2017)

New Wentzvillian -- Hey Baby It's A Quarter to Eight; No, Really 5 PM TONIGHT (wednesday 11/8/17) RIBBON CUTTING FOR BRAND NEW WENTZVILLE CITY HALL

Wentzville to cut ribbon Wednesday on new City Hall ( originally on The new Wentzville City Hall will open Wednesday. A spokeswoman for the city said Tuesday the move to a new building at 1001 Schroeder Creek Boulevard would increase efficiency. Communications Manager Kara Roberson said the city now has employees in five different buildings. The new location will bring all the staff into one site. Staff have been at the current location at 310 West Pearce Boulevard for more than 30 years, she said. "The new central location will be customer focused, allowing residents to pay utility bills, apply for a permit, visit Municipal Court, attend a Board of Aldermen meeting and more — all at one location," Communications Manager Kara Roberson said in a news release. Roberson said the city has not decided what it will do with the old building once the move is complete. She said one possibility could be to lease the building. The city paid for the new location without debt, Roberson said. The overall project budget was $15 million, including work to the parking lot, building and furniture. Roberson said the cost of the project was at least 10 percent under budget. The ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate the new city hall facility will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday.