Notice of Public Hearing
A public hearing has been scheduled before the Zoning Commission of the Village of Airport Drive at 6 PM on August 6. The Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on Thursday, August 22 at 6 PM at the Village Municipal Building.
The Zoning Commission will consider changes to Chapter 405, Zoning Regulations, to implement new ordinances due to the legalization of medical marijuana. Article XIV Section 7 of the Missouri Constitution states no local government shall prohibit facilities utilized for cultivation, testing, infused products manufacturing or dispensaries. How-ever, local government may enact ordinances or regulations governing the time, place and manner of operation of such facilities. The Zoning Commission will be asked to consider the necessity, consequences, and desire of the community. This meeting will be open to the public.
MoCHIP is a comprehensive child identification program designed to give Missouri families a measure of protection against the ever increasing problem of missing and abducted children. MoCHIP stands for MissOuri CHild Identification and Protection Program. The program uses an Amber Alert compatible computer disc to provide their child’s critical information to the parents. Microchips are NOT used in the program.
The parent is armed with a single pre-printed envelope that instructs authorities in the event of an emergency, something a parent in crisis would undoubtedly have trouble with, and a proactive measure to combat the time sensitivity involved in recovery. Within a matter of minutes the MoCHIP CD can be loaded into a computer directly from a police officers automobile and entered into the Amber Alert system.
Missouri Freemasons bring this program to communities throughout the state. The Missouri Masonic Children’s Foundation, the sole sponsor, is working with local Masonic Lodges to provide consistent and comprehensive MoCHIP events as part of their ongoing commitment to Missouri’s children and families. This program is provided FREE OF CHARGE to every Missouri family who participates.
For more information, click here to be taken to the MoCHIP website.
Information taken from the Missouri Child Identification and Protection website
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