Kirkwood School District Board of Education President Chad Kavanaugh is feeling relieved after the passing of Proposition R, a $61 million zero-tax rate change bond issue touted as a solution to overcrowding. The measure passed successfully at the polls on Tuesday with 6,669 “yes” votes or…
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Webster Groves Mayor Gerry Welch had very little to say after Proposition 1 was defeated on Tuesday by a scant 13 votes.
Voters in Shrewsbury will go to the polls April 6 to elect an alderman in Wards 2 and 3. In Ward 1, incumbent John Odenwald is running unopposed. In Ward 2, incumbent Elisa Reeves is opposed by Lynn Stein. Incumbent Mike Travaglini and Bette Welch are running for the open seat in Ward 3.
Three candidates are campaigning for two open seats on the Kirkwood School District Board of Education. Jean Marie Andrews and Angelina Bernardi are incumbents, and Allen McCoy, a data analyst, is seeking office for the first time. Board members serve three-year terms.
The Kirkwood School District is once again going before voters in an attempt to resolve overcrowded classroom conditions, enhance security throughout the district, and improve accessibility in district buildings.
Officials in Webster Groves, Rock Hill and Warson Woods hope to join 34 other municipalities in St. Louis County in having voters approve a local “use tax” at the polls on April 6.
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) wants voters on April 6 to vote “Yes” on Prop Y. The measure would allow MSD to issue up to $500 million in bonds to fund Project Clear, a plan approved by the Metropolitan Sewer District in conjunction with the Environmental Protection Agency …
City officials in Rock Hill are asking voters to raise the property tax rate by 23 cents per $100 of assessed valuation to help pay for city employee pensions.