Voters in the City of St. Louis will go to the polls next week to select a President of the Board of Aldermen. In addition, some voters in even-numbered wards and voters in some odd-numbered wards will find contested races on their ballots.
Every day, the Mayor’s Office sorts through hundreds of messages, emails, letters, and tweets offering commentary, suggestions, compliments, and complaints about how the City of St. Louis does its job or sets its policy.
As a city of hallowed traditions and many Santa-ready brick chimneys, St. Louis does Christmas like a champ. Our lights – in our neighborhoods, at the Brewery, at the Garden, at the Zoo, in public spaces – shine particularly brightly.
2014 has been an important year for St. Louis. It has been a year of growth and growing pains, progress and push backs. Much of what we will remember from the year was documented by local media, using a variety of platforms.
Notice of these weekly polls is sent to thousands of you each week – and hundreds of you spend a few minutes filling them out. Some of you have done this for years; others are relative newcomers. MayorSlay.com appreciates your participation.