Tuesday, April 2, 2013
The pavement repair work on Clarkson Road between Clayton Road and Lea Oak Drive had been pushed back to April 8. Drivers should expect lane closures.
The start date for those repairs on portions of Clarkson Road have been changed again, here's the official word from the Missouri Department of Transportation: The Missouri Department of Transportation will move forward with pavement repair work on Clarkson Road starting tomorrow, which was originally rescheduled for April 8 due to weather. The pavement repair work will begin Wednesday, April 3, weather permitting, at various locations on Clarkson between Clayton Road and Lea Oak Drive. Crews will focus on this section with a one-lane closure on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Motorists can expect delays, so allow plenty of time for your commute. "We have been closely monitoring the weather forecast this week expecting rain and winter-like…
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
MoDOT will now begin pavement repair work on Clarkson Road between Clayton Road and Lea Oak Drive on Monday. Drivers should expect lane closures.
Update 3/26: The Missouri Department of Transpiration is postponing the pavement repair work on Clarkson Road due to winter weather. It will now begin on April 1 at various locations on Clarkson between Clayton Road and Lea Oak Drive. MoDOT explained the reasons for the move in a news release sent out Tuesday. "Postponing the pavement repair work is necessary due to the major snow storm this time of year and too much moisture in the pavement," said Michelle Voegele, MoDOT Area Engineer for Southwest Counties. "We will have better results with our repair work when the pavement dries out by next week." Original story: The Missouri Department of Transportation is set to begin repairing the pavement along Clarkson Road Tuesday, March 26. …
Monday, October 1, 2012
Mercy Healthcare will fund the construction as part of an agreement for building a new facility just southeast of the intersection.
Chesterfield motorists can expect to see some changes to the Highway 40-Clarkson Road interchange as the result of Mercy Healthcare's planned virtual care hub. Construction on the facility to be located on a 52-acre parcel just southeast of the interchange is expected to begin in 2013, according to Chesterfield Director of Public Services Michael Geisel. In an agreement approved by the Chesterfield City Council Sept. 19, Mercy promised to pay for various infrastructure improvements to accommodate the increased traffic that will likely result from the new facility. Chief among those is approximately $1.5 million in roadwork that will extend South Outer 40 Road to connect with Clarkson Road and construct a new access ramp to Highway 40. …
Friday, September 28, 2012
Construction keeps trucking at the new Schnucks location at Kehrs Mill and Clarkson Road.
With the opening date continuing to be pushed back, construction proceeds on the new "boutique" Schnucks at the corner of Kehrs Mill and Clarkson Road. Jonathan Dirksen, senior personnel specialist for Schnucks, told Patch the location is still hiring and hosting open interviews this coming week at the current Chesterfield and Ballwin locations. Dirksen added the opening date is not affirmed, but that it will be "at least another month." These photos of construction progress were shot Sept. 27. RELATED ARTICLES:
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
There will be a pair of public meeting's tonight, here are some highlights from the agendas.
Chesterfield residents will have their choice of public meetings tonight with the Parkway School Board meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Parkway Central Middle School and the Chesterfield City Council meeting at 7 p.m. at Chesterfield City Hall. Chesterfield City Council The Chesterfield City Council will hold second readings for several items that were previously discussed in public hearings, including fixing 2012 property tax rates for the repayment of park bonds. According to the city’s website, they were proposed to be set at $0.03 per $100 in assessed valuation resulting in an estimated revenue of $512,699. In other business, the board will: Parkway School Board In a closed portion of the Parkway School District's regularly scheduled Board of …
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Evidence remained along Old Clarkson Road.
The location of an uprooted pine tree that caused a blackout Wednesday in a commercial area of Chesterfield was spotted cut up along Old Clarkson Road later. Ameren reported the uprooted pine tree fell on heavy feeder lines, and caused the outage about 11:45 a.m. on Nov 9. Ameren said the primary line was back supplying power an hour later, but some customers said they did not have power until at least 2 p.m. Winds gusted up to at least 25 mph Wednesday. Ameren said they sent workers Wednesay to take the tree off the power lines, and cut it up. Downed pine branches and sawed logs were visible Friday at a spot were an orange traffic cone sat along the road. Wires above had distinct loops on them, that may or may not be indications of repair…