Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Clayton resident Judy Goodman also serves as a Ward I alderman.
Clayton resident Judy Goodman has been installed as an executive board member with the St. Louis County Municipal League, a news release states. Goodman is a Ward I representative on the Clayton Board of Aldermen. She was installed as a board member for 2011-12 on Friday during the Year of the City Dinner, the release states. The Clayton-based Municipal League works to strengthen city governments and serves as a go-between for cities with governments at the county, state and federal levels, according to its website.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
The Davis Place resident won the Clayton race with 41 percent of the vote.
Mark Winings said he's excited and grateful after being elected Tuesday to become the next Ward 3 representative on the Clayton Board of Aldermen. He will serve alongside Alderman Steve Lichtenfeld in that role. Winings, who led in early returns, won the election with 41 percent of the vote, according to the St. Louis County Board of Elections website. His opponents, Jim Holtzman and Steve Singer, captured 30 percent and 28 percent of the vote, respectively. Winings will serve a three-year term. He succeeds Alex Berger in that role. Winings said he would like to thank his supporters for voting Tuesday. He also extended his thanks to the people who worked on his campaign and to his wife, Rula. Winings said he thinks highly about his …
Here is the latest available information on the results of Tuesday's election in Clayton and Richmond Heights.
Mark Winings has won the open Ward 3 seat on the Clayton Board of Aldermen, unofficial results from the St. Louis County Board of Elections state. All St. Louis County precincts have reported their results. Cynthia Garnholz and Andrea Maddox-Dallas, who ran unopposed, won re-election to the Board of Aldermen. Meanwhile, Jake Zimmerman has declared victory in the St. Louis County assessor race. Here's a look at these and other races, according to the unofficial tally on the election board's website. CLAYTON BOARD OF ALDERMEN WARD III Mark Winings Jim Holtzman 284 30.05 percent CLAYTON BOARD OF ALDERMEN WARD I CLAYTON BOARD OF ALDERMEN WARD II ST. LOUIS COUNTY ASSESSOR L.K. "Chip" Wood Write-in Go to April 5 Election Headquarters for …
Citizens of Clayton and Richmond Heights will be able to go to the polls from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Election Day is underway in Clayton and Richmond Heights, where voters will choose representatives in a handful of races. Polls opened at 6 a.m. and will remain open until 7 p.m. Voters in both cities will help decide whether L.K. "Chip" Wood or Jake Zimmerman should become the next St. Louis County assessor. In Clayton, citizens will decide on one of three Ward 3 candidates for the city's Board of Aldermen. Several additional aldermen are seeking re-election uncontested. A list of polling places for both cities, along with candidate profiles and coverage of the comments they have made at election forums, is available on the Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch April 5 Election Headquarters page. Come back throughout the day for updates, then …
The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council sponsored the event at Clayton High School.
The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council sponsored an election forum Thursday at Clayton High School. Candidates for Ward 3 alderman and the Clayton Board of Education participated. The election is Tuesday. The following candidates participated in the forum: This is a look at what happened. More information about Tuesday's election is available here. 8:33 P.M.: The meeting is wrapping up. Check out the CHS Globe's website, which will include a blog and video from Thursday's event. 8:32 P.M.: Redington said she sees a larger role for the committee. At the elementary schools, there are food-growing opportunities for students. It educates students about healthy choices, she said. The middle school will be getting a new kitchen. "The cafeteria has …
Mark Winings is one of three candidates seeking to succeed Alex Berger as a Ward 3 representative on the Clayton Board of Aldermen.
The committee for Clayton Board of Aldermen candidate Mark Winings has spent two and a half times more money on the Ward 3 race than either of his opponents' committees. The numbers come from documents filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission and the St. Louis County Election Board. The committee Friends of Winings for Aldermen has spent approximately $4,700 on the race, documents show. The Winings committee reported getting nearly $6,100 in monetary and in-kind support. The committee reported getting $300 of in-kind support from Winings' employer, the law firm Lewis Rice. Of the remaining receipts, Winings himself gave approximately $5,100 in funding. Jim Holtzman's committee, Friends to Elect Holtzman, spent approximately $1,800 and …
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
The forum is happening at The Center of Clayton.
Candidates for Ward 3 alderman and St. Louis County assessor met Tuesday for a forum sponsored by the Clayton Chamber of Commerce. This is a look at the discussion in reverse chronological order. 12:50 P.M.: Wood said he received a letter of apology from the St. Louis County Council for filing a lawsuit in error with regard to the payment of his taxes. He said that while he was late in the payment of his taxes, the lawsuit was filed months after they had been paid. He said the Zimmerman camp has wrongfully attacked him on the issue in two postcards. The forum has ended. 12:48 P.M.: Zimmerman said in his closing remarks that he wants to work to make an assessors office that people can "feel like is committed to giving them a fair shake." 12…
Monday, March 28, 2011
A roundup of St. Louis news headlines for Tuesday.
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Voters in Clayton and Richmond Heights will elect representatives this spring.
Registered voters in Clayton and Richmond Heights will have the opportunity to select candidates in a handful of races April 5. Residents of Clayton will select people to represent them on the city's Board of Aldermen, while both they and residents of Richmond Heights will select the next assessor for St. Louis County. To keep voters prepared and updated on the latest election news, Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch has prepared a comprehensive election guide, April 5 Election Headquarters. You'll find a list of polling places, profiles of the candidates, ballot samples and more. Have questions not answered on April 5 Election Headquarters? E-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
A look at the Tuesday meeting of the Clayton Board of Aldermen.
The Clayton Board of Aldermen met Tuesday to discuss reallocating funds to pay for new curb-cuts along Wydown Boulevard and to review two requests for liquor licenses. What follows is a look at what happened, in reverse chronological order. 7:13 P.M.: Alderman Judy Goodman has acknowledged Patty DeForrest for being named president of the Missouri Parks Association. Alderman Cynthia Garnholz has recognized two city staff—Deputy City Manager Lenore Toser-Aldaz and finance director Don Yucuis—for their work on behalf of the city in light of their upcoming departures. The meeting has adjourned. 7:09 P.M.: Mayor Judy Goodman says this is likely the shortest meeting she's experienced in the 12 years she has been in office. 7:08 P.M.: The …