Sunset Hills aldermen will not discuss the topics until at least December.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The agenda for Tuesday's Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen meeting agenda is a little lighter than expected. Resident Al Moore has again postponed his presentation for a community library, this time until January (according to the city's public hearing notices). A proposal to convert the former Mehlville House 3 into a rectory for Gateway House of Prayer (GHOP) has also been postponed. View Tuesday's meeting agenda on the Sunset Hills city website. Read the latest articles related to these two proposals (most recent at top):
Kimberly Bordeaux and neighbors are encouraging residents to attend discussion on Gateway House of Prayer's request for the old Mehlville firehouse on Nov. 20.
submitted by Sunset Hills resident Kimberly Bordeaux: As many of you know, the Gateway House of Prayer is proposing what they call a "rectory" across the street from my house on Sappington Barracks Road in Sunset Hills. Last month, the aldermen asked that they try to work with neighbors to come up with a plan that the would address concerns from myself and my neighbors. Unfortunately, this has not happened. The church has provided clarity around the proposed use of what they are calling a "rectory." The church feels the limit would be 16 people, a few of which would be permanent residents and the rest would be staying around six months each. My neighbors and I are very concerned about this number of transient people across the street …