Community meeting set on Maplewood nuisance ordinance Wednesday

MAPLEWOOD, Mo.-  A community discussion is planned Wednesday, July 11 on a controversial Nuisance Ordinance in Maplewood.

The ACLU sued the city last year over, 2017  the plan. The plan states any address with two or more police calls in any 180 day period can be deemed a nuisance where violators can be kicked out of the city for six months.

This happened to a domestic violence survivor who called police several times, then was forced to move out of her home.

The community meeting is at 6:30p.m at the Salvation Army Fellowship Hall on Rannells Avenue.