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by Julie Brown PattonA semi-retired, information technology analyst turned dog trainer has won a Ward 3 board of aldermen seat in Fenton. Official results of the write-in candidate race were released by the St. Louis County Election Board on April 13.
U.S. Rep. - District 2 Republican Ann Wagner, PO Box 50, Ballwin, 63011 Noga Sachs, 12271 Country Manor Lane, 63141 Democrat Mark J.
Measure fails despite winning voter majority
by Julie Brown PattonAlthough only a 12 vote difference between yeas and nays occurred regarding the $25 million Fenton Fire Protection District Proposition F bond issue in the April 3 election, the measure did not pass.
Voters in the Lindbergh Schools district went to the polls April 3 and re-elected a pair of incumbents to the board of education.
All other candidates ran unopposed
Ann McMunn, who campaigned on the issue of preserving residential integrity in Sunset Hills, has won the Ward 1 seat on the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen. All other races, including the race for mayor, were uncontested.
Crestwood voters went to the polls April 3 to elect aldermen in contested races in Wards 3 and 4. Mimi Duncan, new to the board of aldermen, ran unopposed in Ward 1. In Ward 2, Alderman Justin Charboneau was unopposed in his bid for re-election.
Results for write-in-candidate not known as of press time
Voters in Fenton's Ward 2 on April 3 re-elected Joe Maurath to represent them on the Fenton Board of Aldermen. In Ward 4, voters re-elected Richard Patton.
Following are the results of the April 3 election in South County. Results are unofficial until certified.
Proposed $25 million bond vote prompts questions from residents
by Julie Brown PattonFenton Fire Protection District voters will be presented with a $25 million Proposition F bond issue on the April 3 ballot — a tax increase of 18.5 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.
Lindbergh Schools Board Of Education
by Marty HarrisThree candidates are campaigning for two open seats on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education. Eric Edward Thias is looking to unseat one of the incumbents – Karen Roush Schuster and Mike Shamia – in the race. The election is April 3.