The St. Robert Board of Aldermen met on April 3, Wogan Award, tethering regulations, a new home for the 2007 Waynesville Tiger championship signs.

Items on the agenda included a presentation of the St. Robert Police Department Wogan Award and discussion of  proposed ordinances for approval of equipment for the public works department, acceptance of proposed improvements to Zeigenbein Drive, Lentil Lane, Burson and Carter Streets, and Dogwood Circle by Willard Asphalt Paving,  approval of  a storm siren maintenance agreement with Blue Valley Public Safety, approval of sale or trade of a Freightliner tanker and purchase of a new pumper tanker for the St. Robert City Fire Department, an amendment regarding the disposal of property designated as surplus,and an amendment to animal control regulations. 

Mayor Lauritson presented retired Coach Vernon and Waynesville High School with the signs that were on I 44  “Waynesville Tiger Football champions 2007.”   

Signs in the interstate are only maintained by MODOT for tens years.  If the sign deteriorates after that period, the signs are destroyed

Rather than see that happen, the Mayor decided to give the signs to retired Coach Vernon, coach of the 2007 champs.

Mayor Lauritson said “ He couldn't think of a better, more deserving person to give the signs to.”

The signs now have a new home south retired Coach Vernon and Waynesville High School.

 Kent Thomas of the Sustainable Ozarks Partnership ( SOP) updated the Alderman  projects the SOP is working on.  Thomas thanked the city for its support and said” St. Robert is the key to enhancement and development if the region's future.  Your contributions and involvement are making a difference in ensuring the growth of St. Robert and the region.”

Mayor George Lauritson, Alderman Charles Slider, Alderman Linda Daniels, Alderman Reggie Hall, Alderman Allan Johannsen, Alderman Michael Myers, and Alderman John Moore were present.  Alderman Theresa Cook and Alderman Todd Williams were absent.