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Current News

Arrowpoint Elementary School Featured in Latest Happenings Newsletter Edition

A Spanish Lake Elementary School is the focus of an article in the latest edition of The Arts and Education Council's bi-monthly newsletter, Happenings.

Arrowpoint Elementary School's fifth grade class' recent poetry and pottery exhibition is detailed and featured in a full one-page write up.

Click here to read about the students work, and feel free to share the article with others about the awesome work local Spanish Lake students are writing, creating, and molding.

https://issuu.com/artedstl/docs/89244_may-jun_happenings/8


New Spanish Lake Community Development Corporation Executive Director - Angela Pinex

The Board of the Spanish Lake Community Development Corporation is pleased to announce that Angela Pinex has been hired as its new Executor Director effective Monday, February 22.

Ms. Pinex has the right mix of education and experience which equips her to “hit the ground running”. Her employment history includes Community Affairs Officer with First Bank, Housing Development Specialist, UJAMAA Community Development Center and Housing Development Analyst, St. Louis Community Development Administration. She holds a BS Degree in Business administration and Accounting from Fisk University and a Master of Finance, Real Estate Development from St. Louis University.


12220 Bellefontaine Road Firehouse – Temporary Closure

The firehouse located at 12220 Bellefontaine Road is temporarily closed.

In 2012 voters passed a no tax increase bond for the fire district. Along with purchasing firefighter turnout gear and a new fire truck, the district is now renovating the fire house.

The original firehouse from 1945 is being removed and replaced with a new living quarters section of the firehouse. The office, workout and pumper rooms that were added a few years back will remain.

Once construction begins, this project is estimated to be completed in approximately 260 days.

Captain Dave Dubowsk will be present at the March 14th Spanish Lake Town Hall meeting to discuss this construction project in greater detail.

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