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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Wentzville Patch from the last few days.
Firehouse Subs Coming to Wentzville
- Firehouse Subs is coming to Wentzville, with an opening date projected for late summer. Brian Collins, owner of the O'Fallon Firehouse Subs store, confirmed to Patch that he would be opening another location in a building to be constructed on an outlot in the Kohl's shopping center on West Pearce Boulevard. Collins said he will be working with officials from the Wentzville Fire Protection District to decorate the store with photos and memorabilia just as the O'Fallon store now features the O'Fallon department.
City Approves Plan to Add Parking Spaces at Holt High School
- The Wentzville Board of Aldermen has approved a site plan for the re-purposing of the old bus lot at Holt High School into additional parking spaces and a new concession stand for the north sports fields. Several aldermen said that they had been contacted by residents about problems with students parking on nearby residential streets.
- Kevin Vincent Gore, 29, of Lake Saint Louis, who crashed his Dodge pickup through the kitchen and dining area of a home in Lake Saint Louis earlier this month, was arrested for driving while intoxicated as a persistent offender and driving with a revoked license.
Seminar To Help Local Businesses with Wentzville's Bid Process
- The City of Wentzville would like to expand the city's business opportunities to include more of the local business community. The city expects to offer more than $19 million in purchasing opportunities in the next 18 months. In order to explain the procurement process and answer questions from potential bidders, city staffers are offering a free presentation “Understanding the Competitive Bid Process” on March 27.
What's the Best Selling Vehicle at Poage Chevy?
- Poage has been running the dealership for just three months, but some trends have already surfaced. Poage was quick with a response when Patch asked, "What's the best selling vehicle here?" "V-8 Chevy pickups," Poage said. "Back in the day, it was a truck store. We have noticed the truck business is still there.