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June 2nd Election
St. Louis County Election Board has indicated that less than half the number of regular polling places are available for the June 2nd Election. Please pay close attention to the voter card you received as your polling place may have changed. Voters whose polling place changed were sent green cards. Below is a list of polling places assigned by ward, but please refer to your voter card or contact the Election Board at 615-1800 if you are not certain where you should vote.
The deadline is 5:00 p.m. on June 1st to vote absentee in person at the Election Board office.
Polling places will be practicing social distancing and election officials will wear masks and gloves and sanitize equipment. They suggested you may bring your own black ink pen (not a marker).
In addition to voting for Council Members, Proposition A - Use Tax will appear on your ballot.
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MSD Sanitary Relief Project Updates
MSD Project Clear is the Metropolitan Sewer District's initiative to improve water quality and alleviates wastewater concerns throughout the area. DC-02 & DC-03 Sanitary Relief Phase III & IV is currently under construction along Deer Creek at Litzsinger Road. For any issues, please call Kevin Nelson (314-802-7039) of Black & Veatch, MSD’s construction manager. More information may be obtained from the contractor J.H. Berra and their manager Kevin Bielicki (314-744-1589). Sewer trench blasting is regulated by St. Louis County Department of Highways & Traffic. Their manager is Mike Burkemper (314-615-7130)....
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Nestled among Ladue’s tree-canopied neighborhoods, locals and visitors alike experience friendly and unique shopping and dining experiences. Gourmet foods, fashion boutiques and upscale menswear, jewelry stores, European and American antiques, interior design resources and local restaurants are all within reach in the City of Ladue.
Start your day in the Village at Schneithorst with exercise opportunities, breakfast options and local boutiques.
Continue east to the Clayton Road Business District where you will find a quarter mile of quaint and inviting shops, restaurants and bars, ice cream and smoothie shops, and the local hardware store. While you shop you can visit our US Post Office substation in the local community pharmacy.
A bit down the road past Ladue City Hall, the ClayPrice Shopping Center offers more local restaurants along with jewelry and specialty stores.
At the eastern end of town, in Ladue Crossing and Colonial Marketplace, you will find a bookseller, ice cream, restaurants and wonderfully unique shops.
Whether you are grocery shopping, seeking the finest designer frocks, that perfect antique, advice on how to make your yard the greenest on the lane, happy hours, or fine dining, Ladue has it all.