BIG NOSE

East Saint Louis, IL

#1 Nov 27, 2011


Why is the former Mill Creek Inn abandoned and falling down?
I loved going there with dinner guests.....what happened...why did it close...why is the owner just letting it crumble.
So sad to see this once wonderful place in the shape it's in now.
Wasn't it some kind of historical home?

Don't know who owns it but isn't there a city ordinance that prohibits buildings from sitting empty and allowed to fall down like this.

I see the city has picked on a few other citizens for not taking care of there property but somehow whoever owns the former Mill Creek Inn is being allowed to let it fall down with brush and vines growing all around the place. STRANGE AND FISHY????
BIG NOSE

East Saint Louis, IL

#2 Nov 27, 2011
No complaints about our current mayor as he does a great job but why doesn't someone new ever run for mayor?
BIG NOSE

East Saint Louis, IL

#3 Nov 27, 2011
Why does our qroger food store not expand,the place is so crowded it's almost impossible to take your time and shop without being bumped into with stockers etc.
Qroger owes us either a new store or expand it for us all..........I think we all deserve it for being loyal shoppers.

BIG NOSE

East Saint Louis, IL

#4 Nov 27, 2011
I'm glad the city allows local citizens to place there garbage in the dumpsters.
I place mine there because if I sit my garbage out side for pick-up one of the neighbors cats gets into the garbage and makes a mess.
I believe though there is out of towners using those dumpsters and there's bums digging through the trash there everyday after city yard hrs making a huge mess for our city workers to have to clean up.
Our city workers do a great job keeping this cleaned up but those bums who dig through the garbage should be run off.
I've saw these derelicts pulling out trash bags lookings for aluminum cans etc. then when their done they just toss the left over mess on the ground.
We need some BEEFED UP POLICE PATROL THERE!!!

Since: Feb 12

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#5 Feb 15, 2012
BIG NOSE wrote:
Why is the former Mill Creek Inn abandoned and falling down?
I loved going there with dinner guests.....what happened...why did it close...why is the owner just letting it crumble.
So sad to see this once wonderful place in the shape it's in now.
Wasn't it some kind of historical home?
Don't know who owns it but isn't there a city ordinance that prohibits buildings from sitting empty and allowed to fall down like this.
I see the city has picked on a few other citizens for not taking care of there property but somehow whoever owns the former Mill Creek Inn is being allowed to let it fall down with brush and vines growing all around the place. STRANGE AND FISHY????
I agree I enjoed eating there also. Good Food. The Garlich's owned the Mill Creek Inn untill illness hit the owner having the to place it up for auction. The person who bought the inn is Kim Oelze. And she also bought the house next door from which was also auctioned off from another sale. They both sit empty! I think this is just sad how both these beautiful places are now falling down.Rich people.....ugh!
sunshine

Sikeston, MO

#6 Feb 16, 2012
I agree

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