After serving for eight years in the Ladue City Council, Spewak says she would like to take her commitment “to the next level.”
Councilwoman Nancy Spewak said she is running for the Ladue mayor's seat in the April 2 elections.
Filings for April’s election to the Ladue School Board opened Tuesday.
The Ladue City Council approved the $1.35 million project at their meeting Monday.
The board continues to explore charging fees for students participating in after-school activities.
Required activity fees for students in the upcoming years can help the district with budget-cuts.
The tax increase is the first one in 30 years for the St. Louis County Library system.
The Republican candidate for governor of Missouri arrived early at Ladue’s branch of the St. Louis Public Library.
Find your polling place, read a sample ballot, research the candidates and watch the results come in on Nov. 6! Bookmark this page as we'll be updating throughout Election Day.
Prop B seeks to raise taxes on cigarettes, of which a portion will go toward public schools. Prop S would raise taxes to support the Special School District.
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