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The board approved a new format for their meetings and will implement it in October.
After an hour-long discussion Saturday, the Mehlville school board appointed two members to serve on a committee with teachers researching merit-based pay in the Mehlville School District.
After the November elections, the board wants to meet with the new state representatives and senators.
The Missouri representative for Oakville said she felt privileged to be appointed.
The Mehlville school board will hear a recommendation for the increases at their Sept. 25 board meeting.
The board set a tentative schedule for its retreat Sept. 8 at Rogers Elementary School.
Superintendent Eric Knost will also give an update on the district’s auditorium and tennis courts at Thursday's meeting.
Pay increases are being discussed by officials during St. Louis County's budgeting process this year. It would mark the first time in four years that employees were given raises.
A spokesperson for St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley said a projected shortfall in the parks department may not be a reality.
A committee of parks supporters studied the St. Louis County Parks system and endorsed a tax increase proposal. The measure must pass through the county council, where Councilman Steve Stenger said there is not a funding problem with the parks.
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