Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Town and Country Mayor Jon Dalton and Alderman John Schrader both kept their seats in the only two contested municipal races in Town and Country and Manchester.
UPDATED 12:50 p.m., Wed., April 3- (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) The following is based unofficial returns as reported by the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners with 100 percent of precincts counted. The results of the April 2 municipal election are in and, although they aren't official yet, it appears the incumbents won the only two contested races in Town and Country and Manchester. Tuesday night, Patch reached out to all four candidates in the contested races for a comment, but it was after 10 p.m. when election results came in and calls were made to candidates. (Check your election results here.) The unofficial returns indicate Town and Country Mayor Jon Dalton will keep his…
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UPDATED: 11:20 p.m., Tuesday- Latest Election Stories: Mayor, Alderman Keep Seats in April Election Incumbents Keep Parkway School Board Seats Results for Arch/Park Tax, Prop S in St. Louis County, City Did you head to the polls to cast your vote in Tuesday's election? Polls opened at 6 a.m. Tuesday and remained open until 7 p.m. to Manchester and Town and Country voters. Be sure to check back to Town and Country - Manchester Patch for election updates throughout the day and for results Tuesday night once the polls close. Many of the local municipal races are uncontested, but the Town and Country Mayor race and the Ward III Manchester Alderman race are both contested. Patch has you covered with its candidate profiles. If a candidate filled…
Monday, April 1, 2013
'Patch' has complete coverage of the April 2 election for Town and Country and Manchester residents in this voters' guide. Also, be sure to check 'Patch' Tuesday night for results as they come in.
Monday, March 25, 2013
Two candidates are running for the seat of Town in Country mayor in the April 2 election. Prepare yourself by reading their responses to recent Patch questions.
(Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) With the April 2 election day drawing near, Patch wants to make sure voters are able to make informed choices about their candidates. Two candidates, current Mayor Jon Dalton and former alderman Barbara Ann Hughes, are vying for the seat of Town and Country mayor. The city's mayor serves a four year term. Earlier this month, Patch sent questions regarding the election to both candidates. Below are the questions and each candidate's response. Check back later this week for answers from Town and Country and Manchester candidates running for aldermen. Editor's Note: The candidates received an identical questionnaire via email and were each given the same amount of …
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Town and Country resident Dorothy Cooke is concerned about the current mayor's campaigning for the upcoming April 2 election. She wrote the following Letter to the Editor voicing her concerns.
Wednesday, March 20
(For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) So what’s happening in Town and Country? Today, Tuesday March 19, is the start of election “crunch time”. Yard signs go up, final literature is sent out, candidates find poll workers…but, in our City, it’s anticlimactic, especially this year. Until Barbara Hughes threw her hat in the ring, the current mayor and four aldermen were all unopposed. Mr. Dalton would have us believe that this is because we are all so very happy in our utopian community. Three or four times a year in the City’s news magazine he gets four to six pages of free propaganda to convince us. The current spring issue served as a free political announcement for him. “I appreciate your ongoing support …
Friday, January 4, 2013
Seats on the Town and Country and Manchester board of aldermen, West County EMS and Fire Board and the Parkway School Board are all up for election along with the position of Town and Country Mayor.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
The almost 10 minute video reportedly shows Nathan Grellner being pulled over, fleeing police, being physically restrained by police and more. Watch stltoday.com's dash cam video here.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the dash cam video posted this week shows the events as they unfolded the night of June 5 when ex-Valley Park Mayor Nathan Grellner, who was mayor at the time of this incident, was pulled over in Jefferson County. Grellner was arrested for driving while intoxicated as a result of this incident, the Post reports. View the Post-Dispatch's dash cam video and timeline of events here. Grellner eventually resigned as mayor in late July, according to the Post, after he faced charges of felony stealing and was reportedly dealing with methamphetamine abuse, for which he underwent treatment. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.)
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Diane Hertlein, former Town and Country mayor and aldermen, reportedly passed away recently. A moment of silence was held for her Monday night.
Town and Country Mayor Jon Dalton asked for a moment of silence at Monday night's Town and Country Board of Aldermen meeting for Diane Hertlein, former Town and Country mayor and aldermen. Dalton said Hertlein recently passed away. Others who knew her tell Town and Country - Manchester Patch that she died about a week ago and hadn't been feeling "well" for some time. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Dalton said Hertlein served as the Town and Country mayor from 1995 to 1997 and was also elected to alderman in 1994, prior to running for mayor. He said she was also a member of the Town and Country Garden Club for years. "Like many of us, she cared about this community," Dalton said. "She gave up …
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
With 100 percent of the precincts counted, here are the vote totals for Town and Country and Manchester aldermen and mayor races, Parkway School Board and Proposition S. Incumbents were voted out in all races.
The following are unofficial returns as reported by the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners with 100 percent of precincts counted. According to the St. Louis County Board of Elections, voter turnout for the April 3 election was 13.8 percent, with a total of 90,233 ballots cast. Proposition S passed with 59 percent of the vote. Incumbents in both the Town and Country and Manchester aldermen races were not reelected and a newcomer Kim Appelbaum will replace Helen Casteel on the Parkway School Board. Check below or visit the St. Louis County Board of Elections for the latest election results. Town and Country Board of Aldermen Ward 1 - Dorothy Cooke Once election results are certified by the St. Louis County Board of Election …
Check out this quick resource for Town and Country and Manchester voters for the April 3, 2012 municipal and county election.
Town and County and Manchester voters head to the polls Tuesday, April 3. They'll decide on aldermen, county issues and the Parkway School Board. Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday and close at 7 p.m. (Are You Voting Today? Why?) Town and Country - Manchester Patch will be out talking with voters and let you know what they are saying about Tuesday's election. Patch will also post election results as they come in Tuesday night and speak with candidates as the results come in. So be sure to check back Tuesday night and Wednesay morning for the latest. Both cities have a contested aldermanic races and Manchester's mayor, although running unopposed, is up for reelection. Below you can also view each candidate's responses to Patch's questions, find …