Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The city has agreements in place with Creve Coeur and Ballwin to boost play at all courses.
The City of Creve Coeur and University City both benefit from reciprocal agreements which allow city residents to play at neighboring municipal courses at that community's residential rate. Creve Coeur has arrangements on the books with Ballwin and University City. From July 2011 through November 2012, 444 Ballwin residents have played rounds at Creve Coeur's municipal course, while 382 Creve Coeur residents have played in Ballwin between January of 2011 through November. In University City, where the agreement has been in place since September 2011, 285 U-City residents have played Creve Coeur, while 128 Creve Coeur residents have hit the road to play at Ruth Park. Creve Coeur's agreement with University City was recently extended into a …
Monday, March 12, 2012
University City City Council meets Monday, March 12.
The City Council of University City meets at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 12, at University City City Hall. Items on the agenda include: Appointments Swearing In City Manager's Report Council Reports/Business Bills Bills Executive Session According to RSMO 610.021 (1) Legal actions “any confidential or privileged communications between a public governmental body or its representatives and its attorney. The meeting is open to the public.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
The agreement between University City and Creve Coeur is for sharing of golf facilities.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Myra Lopez
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
University City residents and Creve Coeur residents could soon be sharing golfing facilities. A recommendation unanimously approved by the Park Commission at a special meeting held on Monday evening would allow U City residents to play at the Creve Coeur Golf Course for resident rates and vice versus, with Creve Coeur residents using the facilities at the Ruth Park Golf Course. The recommendation still needs City Council approval. Park Commission President John Sweeney said the arrangement would be on a trial basis. It would run from the time it’s approved by City Council through the end of the year. “And then we’ll evaluate it at that time and see if we want to continue it after that.” Sweeney said the City of Ballwin has a similar …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Neighbors complain the driving range is too loud, an eyesore and that the lights are too bright.
The committee tasked with trying to resolve neighborhood complaints regarding the Ruth Park Driving Range voted on a handful of recommendations at Wednesday night's meeting. The recommendations will now go to City Manager Lehman Walker, who asked for the formation of the golf committee. Neighbors near the driving range complain that it's loud an eyesore and that the lights are too bright. One option nixed right away was turning off the range lights for good. "Could we add on to the list eliminating the (range) lighting altogether," asked board member William Field. "I don't think that's one that is going to go," said Ewald Winker, the Interim Director of the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department. "There are not enough votes to …