Monday, December 10, 2012
The terms of Tom Appelbaum and Sam Sciortino expire in April, 2013. Filing begins Tuesday for the April election.
The following information was provided by the Parkway School District in a news release. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Two director positions are open on the Parkway Board of Education, each for a three-year term, in the April 2013 election. Candidate filing begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012, and continues through 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013. Filing must be done in person at the Parkway Administrative Center, 455 N. Woods Mill Rd., Chesterfield, Mo 63017. Filing hours are from 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. On the last day of filing, January 15, the hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No filing will take place on December 25 or January 1, as district …
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Chesterfield school board race heats up with three good candidates.
At a glance, it's three candidates for two spots on the Parkway District Board of Education (total seven members) in the April 3 election. A term is three years. Two are incumbents, current board Vice President Beth Feldman, and 2-term member Helen Casteel. Kim Appelbaum is the third candidate and challenger to the two incumbents. She is an IT contract manager and Ballwin resident. See who else is on the Parkway school board. The Chesterfield-based Parkway School Districthas an annual budget of some $210 million a year to spend on public education—the majority of it from residents' property taxes. Read candidates' bios, in their own words: Beth Feldman 314-317-9569 I have been a resident of Parkway since I married in 1990. My husband and I…
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Last-minute filing by means it's a race on April 3.
The Board of Education race in Parkway School District got a third candidate Tuesday, the last day to file, providing a challenger to the two incumbents on the seven-member board. Kim Appelbaum joined the race against incumbents Beth Feldman and Helen Casteel. The Parkway board of education decides how to spend some $200 million a year in tax dollars on Chesterfield-based public schools, grades K - 12. District officials said the challenger is not related to Tom Appelbaum, a current Parkway Board of Education director. Kim Appelbaum is a Ballwin resident and Maritz IT Contract Manager, with two children inParkway West Middle and High schools. Incumbent Feldman, is currently board vice president. She was first elected in 2009, after a one-…
Filing closed Tuesday night for the April 3 election. Here is a list of the candidates running for office this spring in Town and Country and Manchester.
In Manchester, the office of mayor is up for re-election, in addition to one alderman in each of the city’s three wards. The following aldermen are up for reelction in April: In Town and Country, each of the four wards has an alderman up for re-election. The following aldermen are up for reelection in April: Following are the candidates running for office in April. TOWN AND COUNTRY- Ward 1 Dorothy Cooke Richard "Skip" Mange Ward 2 Alderman Al Gerber - incumbent Chuck Lenz Ward 3 Steve Fons - incumbent Gustine Crawford Scott Carothers Ward 4 Alderman Phil Behnen - incumbent MANCHESTER- Ward 1 Hal Roth - incumbent Barbara Stevens Ward 2 Marilyn Ottenad - incumbent Ward 3 John Diehl - incumbent Mayor David Willson - incumbent
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Tuesday at 5 p.m. is the deadline to file for the April 3, 2012 city government elections.
Tuesday is the last day for interested candidates to file for the April 3, 2012 city government elections. Filing began in Manchester and Town and Country on Dec. 13. and closes at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17. Manchester and Town and Country filing both take place at the city halls. In Manchester, the office of mayor is up for re-election, in addition to one alderman in each of the city’s three wards. The following aldermen are up for reelction in April: In Town and Country, each of the four wards has an alderman up for re-election. The following aldermen are up for reelection in April: Missouri law dictates that mayoral candidates must be at least 25 years old, have U.S. citizenship, maintain residency within the city for one year prior to …
Friday, April 1, 2011
Take a closer look at the candidates in Town and Country's one contested alderman race.
As of last Friday, there is now one contested race in Town and Country. Former Town and Country alderman John Hoffmann filed as a write-in candidate to run against current alderman and Board President Tim Welby for the Ward 2 alderman seat. All week, Town and Country-Manchester Patch featured Q and A's with candidates in Manchester's contested board of aldermen races and today we have the Town and Country contested race Q and A. Patch asked each of the candidates two questions. They responded via email. Town and Country-Manchester Patch is posting their responses to both questions, which were edited only for clarity. Question 1 What makes you a better candidate for alderman than your opponent? Answers: A critical piece to my success, in …