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Check out the most recent food inspection reports from St. Charles County Health Department from February and March 2013.
After the Public Works Commission asked for that the time limit for trash cans left on the street be reduced from 36 to 24 hours, city staff instead decided to define "36 hours" more specifically.
Check out the most recent food inspection reports from restaurants all over St. Charles County.
Check out the most recent food inspection reports from St. Charles County Health Department from January and February, 2013.
The $38,000 contract covers the demolition of Civic Hall and a building at O'Day Park.
Revisions to the bill, if approved, would require the Parks Department to create a permitting process for metal detecting.
O'Fallon Patch readers didn't mince words about how disgusted they were with O'Fallon's new metal detector rules requiring treasure hunters to turn over their finds.
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