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The Charter complaints filed on 3-31-2017 and 4-3-2017 were placed on the 4-24-2017 City Council Work Session for consideration. The minutes from this meeting can be viewed at the following link: https://www.cityofwildwood.com/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Minutes/_04242017-936
Yes, the work of the Committee will include consideration of the locations most suitable for hunting.
The project is currently in the permitting and bidding phase, and construction is planned to be completed this fall.
The Recommendation Report from the Manchester Road Improvement Committee can be found on the 6/25/2018 Work Session Agenda here:
The required easements for Phase 3 of the Manchester Road Streetscape Project have all been acquired.
The Architectural Review Board is next scheduled to meet on 8/9/2018, where proposed aesthetic enhancements to the Route 109 bridge will be reviewed.
The intersection of Pond Road and MO Route 100 is under the jurisdiction of the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). The City is in the process of conducting a Signal Warrant Analysis for both this intersection and the intersection of MO Route T and MO Route 100, and plans to submit these analyses to MoDOT for consideration later this summer.
The 2/26/2018 Executive Session was conducted in full compliance with the Missouri Sunshine Law. The topics were closed matters pursuant to Lease, Purchase or Sale of Real Estate [RSMO 610.021(2) 1994] and Individually identifiable personnel records, performance ratings or records pertaining to employees or applicants for employment [RSMO 610.021(13) 1994].
At the February 12, 2018 City Council Meeting, a suggestion was made that a formal announcement of Council Member resignations be posted on the City website. Historically, formal announcements have not been made of Council Member resignations, with the vacancies addressed as part of a subsequent City Council Agenda. In the future, the City will make a formal announcement of City Council Member resignations in the "IN THE NEWS" section of the City website.
Meridian Waste proposed the change from single-stream to dual-stream after the closure of a local Materials Recycling Facility, which was caused by import bans on recyclable materials imposed by China and other nations. The City Council voted to accept this change on November 13th, December 10th, and on January 14th, 2019. The City will explore different options for recycling, with public input, until the contract extension expires on August 1, 2019 and the City enters into a new agreement with a provider. To provide your input, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closure of the Earth City Materials Recycling Facility (MRF), which was the result of import bans on recyclable materials being imposed by China and other nations, disrupted the local recycling market and the operations of waste haulers that were using the facility, including Meridian. The change to dual-stream recycling will ensure that local and regional markets are viable to accept this material rather than shipping it overseas.
Dual stream recycling will go into effect April 1, 2019, as determined at the City Council meeting January 14, 2019.
Glass, if you wish to recycle it, otherwise it can be placed in your trash.
Locations include east side of City Hall (at end of Wildwood Ave between City Hall and B&B Theater, and City of Wildwood Parks (Anniversary, Community and Bluff View)
All locations are open now.
This policy is temporary and will continue until August 1, 2019. By then, the City of Wildwood will have a new contract with Meridian or another waste hauler. However, the terms of the new agreement may be similar to this one. We will seek public input on this service.
By August 1, 2019, the City of Wildwood will have a new contract. We will provide information on the program that begins in August as soon as it is available to us.
It is expected that a new solid waste disposal contract will be approved by the City Council during the month of April.. The Administration / Public Works Committee of the City Council has recommended Waste Connections after review of the proposals that were received.
Meridian will designate three or four locations throughout the city with City input. Meridian will also pay for the installation of these drop off locations, so there is no charge to residents or the City.
The cost of the new program will result in an increased cost of $0.50/month beginning on April 1, 2019 and continuing until August 1, 2019, when a new long-term contract is established through a competitive bidding process.
No, you cannot recycle plastic bags under this program. However, many markets and stores recycle plastic bags.
Yes! Caps from plastic bottles and containers and glass containers, should be placed back on the container after a quick rinse. They can then be tossed in with your other curbside recycling.
Yes! All glass, broken or not, can be recycled at a drop-off location.
Yes! Clean aluminum containers and foil are recyclable in your regular recycling bin.
Yes! You can recycle all magazines, glossy or plain, in the provided bin to be collected bi-weekly.
Yes! All of your paper junk mail (windowed envelopes, glossy magazines and newspapers, are recyclable) will be collected bi-weekly in a separate smaller bin to be provided by Meridian Waste.
Yes! Any empty aerosol can (hairspray, spray paint, cooking oil spray) is recyclable in your standard recycling bin. Just make sure it's empty.
Yes, but only if it is free of food and grease. If your pizza box is soaked in grease or has food remnants, simply tear off the top portion of the box for recycling. If the box is clean, break it down and toss it in your Fiber bin.
Yes! If it is cardboard, it’s recyclable, just place it in the smaller bin to be provided by Meridian.
The City’s recycling program only applies to single-family residential areas. Multi-family and commercial developments are handled by their respective owners.
Contact the Meridian Wildwood Customer Care Agent, Heath Goodrich, at 314-291-3131 ext. 2432 or via email at HGoodrich@MeridianWaste.com Otherwise, you may contact the City of Wildwood Department of Public Works at email@example.com.