​​​MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR:

DECORUM AT BOARD MEETINGS

In recent months there have been a number of instances when remarks from attendees got a bit unruly, argumentative, and accusatory.  The Village Board of Trustee meetings are governed by the Village of Innsbrook, Ordinance Five and Robert's Rules of Order.  In order to conduct meetings in a civil and respectful fashion and allow the trustees to focus on the business on the agenda, I thought it necessary to publish the following comments.  


All individual wishing to speak will be required to fill out a speaker card before being allowed to speak The speaker card must state your name, address, and a phone number or email address.  In addition, you must state the topic and provide a summary of the comments you wish to make.  The Chair reserves the right  to read the comments on the speaker card with the speaker being limited to clarifying any questions the Chair or any trustee may request.  All comments are to be directed to the Chair and not directed to any othe trustee or person.  


Each person will be allowed 3-5 minutes, depending on the number of speakers.  If remareks are made that are not on the topic stated on the speaker card, are protracted, repetative, irrelavant or abusive, the speaker will be interrupted by the Chair and found to be out of order.  Failure to comply with the rulings of  the Chair may result in a directive for the individual to leave the meeting.  Shouting, finger pointing, name calling, or attacking the character of a trustee or anyone else will not be tolerated.  Section Fifteen of Village of Innsbrook, Ordinance Five states that  a disturbance at meetings is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine among other penalties.  


The Board of Trustees are your fellow residents who are volunteering their time and talents to act in the best interest of the Village of Innsbrook.  The trustees welcome your input.  I want to encourage you to contact one of more of the trustees ourside of the business meetings to better comuunicate your suggestions and concerns.  The Board of Trustee meetings are business meetings and are designed to address items on the agenda in an orderly manner.  Thank you for your anticipated compliance and understanding with the foregoing prceduress. .       





ROAD CLOSURES

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ROAD WORK IN WARREN COUNTY
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LOCAL AREA WEBSITES

Warrenton Fire Protection District

Wright City Fire Protection District
Warren County Ambulance District

Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce

Wright City Area Chamber of Commerce

Warren County R-III School District

Wright City R-II School District
Warren County Fine Arts Council

Warren County Historical Society
Warren County Record

St. Louis Post Dispatch

Scenic  Regional Library
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​​​"A Community in Harmony with Nature"

​Established 1998


Village of Innsbrook, Missouri

1835 Highway F, Innsbrook, Missouri 63390 

Village Hall: (636) 745-8844 - FAX: (636) 745-7755

Village Hall Office Hours: M-W-F 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
 



OFFICE CLOSURES

Village Hall will be closed on the following holidays:

New Years Day - First Day of January
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Third Mon. in January
President’s Day - Third Monday in February
Good Friday - Friday Prior to Easter Sunday
Memorial Day - Last Monday in May

Juneteenth - Nineteenth Day of June
Independence Day - Fourth Day of July
Labor Day - First Monday in September
Veterans Day - Eleventh Day of November
Thanksgiving Day - Fourth Thursday in November

Thanksgiving Friday - Friday Following Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Eve - Twenty-fourth Day of December
Christmas Day - Twenty-fifth Day of December

 Specified holidays that fall on a Saturday will be observed on the preceding Friday and specified holidays that fall on a Sunday will be observed on the following Monday.



BID REQUESTS

None at this time


To be added to the Vendor List please fax, or mail, the

Vendor Form to Village Hall.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The Village of Innsbrook is an Equal Opportunity Employer, however no employment opportunities are available at this time.



MISSOURI I-70 TOLLING - IMPACT ON
WARREN COUNTY



RESOLUTION NO. 2017-1 (Passed April 11, 2017)
OPPOSING THE CONVERSION OF INTERSTATE 70
INTO A TOLL ROAD