Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Looking for information on the your Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen candidates? Here's what you need to know about Dee Baebler, Larry Chorosevic, Patricia Fribis, Scott Haggerty, Frank Hardy and Jan Hoffmann.
Patch sent all Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen candidates identical questionnaires in order to compile candidate profiles prior to the April 2 election. Wards 1 and 4 are contested. Wards 2 and 3 are uncontested. Click on the links below to see profiles for your Sunset Hills candidates, who are listed in alphabetical order: [Editor's note: As of March 19, Patch did not receive responses from Haggerty or Hoffmann, who are both running unopposed.]
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The city's four incumbents and a former aldermen registered their candidacies Tuesday at city hall for the April 2 election.
While no one in Crestwood has thrown their hat in for next year's aldermen race yet, five Sunset Hills residents registered with city hall by the end of the first filing day on Tuesday. Candidates as of 5 p.m. on Dec. 11: Former alderman Frank Hardy is challenging incumbent Dee Baebler in Ward I; Hardy was defeated by Richard Gau during his re-election run last year. Aldermen Scott Haggerty (Ward II), Jan Hoffmann (Ward III), and Patricia Fribis (Ward IV) have also registered in hopes of retaining their seats for another term. The filing period will stay open until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15. Those elected will serve a term of two years. The election is scheduled for April 2, 2013. Learn more on filing for the Sunset Hills Board of …
Friday, July 8, 2011
There's a wide variety of homes available in every price range in Crestwood, Sappington, Sunset Hills and Fenton.
There's certainly no shortage of open house events in South County this weekend. In fact, there's 38 scheduled for Crestwood, Fenton, Sappington and Sunset Hills ranging from $95,000 to $749,874, according to real estate expert Scott Haggerty of Keller Williams. We've highlighted 10 open house events in this article. Find more open houses here.
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Sunset Hills didn't waste any time giving the go-ahead to Mile 277 Tap & Grill, and it's well worth it.
A new business venture in Sunset Hills has a lot to offer for those looking for a place to call home—away from home, a place to clinch those business deals, and a place to meet up with family and friends. Mile 277 Tap & Grill, corner of Watson Road at Lindbergh Boulevard, seems to be the spot to see and be seen. "There'll always be something going on here," owner Keith Rhodes said Friday. The hot spot's ribbon-cutting was Friday and included State Rep. Michael Leara, Sunset Hills Mayor Bill Nolan and Alderpersons Scott Haggerty, Pat Fribis and Jan Hoffman. Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors was there, including Diana Lineberger, Steve Boggeman, Richard Bayers, Marie Davis and Executive Director Mary Ann …
Saturday, June 11, 2011
There's more than meets the eye.
Real estate expert Scott Haggerty shares a few of the open houses for Sunday and we can take the temperature of the housing market—what's going, and for how much. Do I need to re-do my kitchen to sell for this price? What's the competition doing? Also, Keller Williams is willing to double donations for victims of the Joplin tornado up to $100,000. Please consider contacting the Sunset Hills office to participate. Find contact information on Haggerty's blog announcement. Find more houses to view here.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
More than an acre, 5,000 sq.ft. living space, owner taking a loss—it's a buyer's market.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Open House Sunday sees some sweet zip codes entering the buyers market this week. Our real estate expert Scott Haggerty supplies just a peek at some of the growing options. For more photos and info on houses, click on this link, courtesy of Keller Williams. And here's another house that the Patch Sports Editor has on the market, Ladue-adjacent off Litzsinger Road. Let's hope for rain delays, to make house-hunting even more fun.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen keeps the same makeup for another year.
Four incumbents were returned to office at Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday with the swearing-in of Scott Haggerty, Jan Hoffmann, Patricia Fribis and Dee Baebler. Baebler was appointed in 2010 to complete the term in Ward 1 of Bill Nolan who was elected mayor over Mike Svoboda. Baebler won a two-year term April 5 over challenger Jim Rode with 218 votes. A proclamation to recognize a National Day of Prayer in the City of Sunset Hills was proposed by Kate Holloway, National Day of Prayer volunteer coordinator. This year is the 60th, to be held on May 5 and commemorated with a prayer circle around the flag pole outside Sunset Hills City Hall at 3939 S. Lindbergh Blvd., noon-1 p.m. A second proclamation recognizes the week of May…
Friday, April 22, 2011
Holiday on Sunday limits open houses selection.
Sunset Hills real estate expert Scott Haggerty points out that this holiday Sunday the selections for open house browsing are limited. However, there are some steals on the list this weekend. If you're feeling fun and retro chic, for $104,900 you can own an Affton bungalow with mid-century features like telephone nook, block windows, four-season room, dormer bedrooms and more. And there's the apartment-style residence on the market at Kenrick Place in Shrewsbury for $124,900. Then there's a 12-year-old villa with great-room styling for $239,900 in the 63128 zip code. See other information by clicking here.
Friday, April 15, 2011
Sunday's open houses are 1-3pm. There's no requirement to buy—but you may want to.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Friday, April 15, 2011
Patch posts only a few of the many houses open for browsing on Sunday 1-3pm. Our Sunset Hills real estate expert Scott Haggerty generously starts us off here. There are many more options, in various cities, and on other Patch websites. Haggerty can line you up to check out others too, courtesy of Keller Williams.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Meeting includes a hearing and suspension of rules to quickly pass two ordinances.
7:05pm Six members of Crestwood Girl Scout Troop 1683 donated $100 to the city to replace trees lost in Watson Trail Park as a result of the New Year's Eve tornado. 7:10pm A business at 4504 S. Lindbergh is granted a liquor and business license. 7:13pm Growlers Pub gets a permit for a temporary tent like it has previous years. 7:14pm Laumeier Sculpture Park gets permission to run one-way traffic on Rott Road temporarily during Art Fair May 6,7 and 8. 7:14pm A public hearing begins over Viking Conference Center to create a CID tax district. Attorney Brad Goss for the Viking Center/Holiday Inn takes the podium to answer questions. Attorney Bob Jones for Sunset Hills explains in general terms that a CID is a political sub-division, that …