Weekly E-mail Update, February 21st
• Police Department News
• Geyer Road Water Main Replacement Update
• Save the Date – Frontenac Festival Information
• Upcoming City of Frontenac Meeting
Police Department News
You hear a lot of commercials these days touting Identity Theft protection or monitoring services. Here is a good article from the St. Louis Post Dispatch that takes a look at what is offered, and if you really need something like this:
One of the best points it makes is that you can put a Credit Freeze on your own accounts with the three (3) Credit Bureaus, i.e. Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. It costs very little, and is easy to do. All you have to do is go to their respective websites and follow the instructions to put a credit freeze on your account(s). Once the freeze is in place, creditors must have you release the freeze so that they can check / extend you credit. So, if you apply for a car loan, or some other credit, you would have to call or go online with a PIN provided by the Credit Bureau, and pay $5.00 to “unfreeze” your account temporarily. It sounds more difficult than it actually is to have this peace of mind. Unfreezing an account is easy and assures you that only those you authorize can view / extend credit based on your credit report.
Geyer Road Water Main Replacement
Many residents have inquired about pipes and equipment along Geyer Road. Missouri American Water Company is preparing to replace the water main along Geyer Road from Clayton Road to Hermitage Hills. The utility permit does not allow them to work during rush hour and requires traffic control while they are working at other times. City officials have been requesting the replacement due to frequent breaks resulting in water damage to properties and roadways.
Save the Date
The Annual Frontenac Festival will be held on Saturday, May 17 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. We plan fun activities for the entire family. We hope you all can attend.
Upcoming City Meetings
The Planning & Zoning Commission of the City of Frontenac will meet on Tuesday, February 25th at 7:00 pm at Frontenac City Hall, 10555 Clayton Road.
2013 FRONTENAC FESTIVAL
The City of Frontenac would like to say "thank you" to all residents,
family, and friends who attended our 2013 Frontenac Festival
and made it such a success.
If you would like to preview pictures of our festival please
Select Part 1
or Select Part 2.
Photos are compliments of David Bentley, Bentley Studios
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