In brief

March 2013
Wentzville Journal;3/27/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 13, pA2
This section offers news briefs on developments in Missouri including St. Charles County Assessor's Office planning to mail about 39,000 personal property declaration forms to taxpayers who failed to respond to the initial January 2013 mailing and General Motors Wentzville plant hosting an Earth Day celebration on April 6, 2013.


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