TOWN HALL MEETING CITY-COUNTY MERGER
Monday, November 6, 2018
Rockwood Summit High School Commons
ARE YOU CONCERNED? WE SHOULD ASK MANY QUESTIONS!
- Why now? What’s the urgency?
- What guarantees protect the County from the City’s DEBT & OBLIGATIONS?
- Why do the backers want a statewide vote? Why not JUST the County & City residents?
- What will happen to Earnings Tax (1/3 City Budget)? Will it spread to the County or be eliminated? Will the County cover lost revenue?
- Pool vs. Point of Sale Tax – how will the City enter? Will they be a Pool City, taking from the tax pool?
- What will happen to the Boundary Commission?
- Will the City enter as the 90th Municipality or will the Borough Plan be implemented with the City being its own Borough?
- How many seats on the County Council will the City have? Two? Three?
- IS THIS A BAIL OUT? Explain with proof and recourse.
- How will the City’s county functions be merged into St. Louis County? And who’s paying for it?
For their night meeting this Friday, Pachyderms welcome Mr. Thomas Jackson, author. He has a new book out. Before taking up the pen, he served as Police Chief of Ferguson, Missouri, and oversaw many years of progress in his community until Michael Brown’s tragic shooting death. He stepped down in March 2015 but continues to be sought by the media to discuss Ferguson, officers’ and victims’ rights, police procedures, and the rash of violence by and against police. Jackson lives in Ferguson, MO.
The Pachyderms have their monthly night meeting this Friday Oct. 20. The meeting will have cash bar at 6PM with dinner at 7PM at Sapore, upper room, $35 per person. Our menu is Chicken Piccata or Pasta with red sauce and meat, RSVP by 10/19 noon to Jeannine Stuart, 314-983-2319, email@example.com .
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/STLCountyGOP (@stlcountygop)
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Jefferson City – Today, The Missouri Republican Party announced that it is pleased to welcome Republican National Committee (RNC) Missouri State Director Alex Meyer to Jefferson City.
Meyer’s arrival in Missouri signals the full backing and support of the RNC in Team MOGOP’s efforts to unseat U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill in 2018. As the RNC’s boots on the ground in Missouri, Alex will focus on implementing an expansive person-to-person grassroots field program that will directly engage voters and build out an aggressive ground game – making sure voters across the state know McCaskill has ignored them and chosen the far left over her constituents time and time again.
Meyer, a St. Louis native, is a dedicated conservative with extensive experience in analyzing voter data to achieve maximum results. He has been the RNC Political Data Support and Data Analyst prior to arriving in Missouri, and he also served on the Presidential Inaugural Committee. During Senator Roy Blunt’s successful 2016 re-election campaign, Meyer held ground as a Regional Field Director.
“We are excited to welcome Alex Meyer back to Missouri as we ramp up efforts to defeat Claire McCaskill in 2018,” said Keelie Broom, Communications Director for the Missouri Republican Party. “Alex’s expertise and extensive experience in building data and expanding ground game is essential to our success over the next several months, and we are grateful for the support of the RNC as we work to unseat Claire next November.”
Join the Pachyderms this Friday to hear from Ms. Rene Artman of Fenton. Rene is Vice Chair, St. Louis County Republican Central Committee, Meramec Township Committeewoman, Member 2nd Dist. Senatorial Committee, Member 15th Dist. House Legislative Committee and Chairperson, 2018 Lincoln – Reagan Days Dinner. She has organized eight GOP annual dinners with great success.
The St. Louis County Pachyderm Club meets each Friday at Sapore Italian Cafe in Woodbine Center main restaurant, upper level:
451 S. Kirkwood Blvd. (just north of Big Bend)
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
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Networking starts at noon, lunch served at 12:15 PM
meeting starts at 12:30 PM and ends at 1:15 PM.
$20 per person for lunch, cash, check