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December 11, 2013 - Filing for the April 8 election to fill municipal and school board seats will begin next week.
Filing will begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, and continue through 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21.
The mayoral posts in Crestwood and Sunset Hills are up for election in April.
Also up for election are board seats in Grantwood Village, Green Park and Sunset Hills, four seats on the Lindbergh Board of Education and three seats on the Mehlville Board of Education.
In Crestwood, the mayoral seat held by Jeff Schlink is up for election. The seat carries a three-year term.
In Grantwood Village, Board of Trustees seats held by Patricia Williams and Paul Pfeiffer are up for election. The seats carry two-year terms.
In Green Park, aldermanic seats held by Carol Hamilton of Ward 1, Jackie Wilson of Ward 2 and board President Fred Baras of Ward 3 will be up for election. The seats carry two-year terms.
In Sunset Hills, the mayoral seat held by Bill Nolan is up for election.
Also up for election are aldermanic seats held by Richard Gau of Ward 1, Thomas Musich of Ward 2, Kurt Krueger of Ward 3 and Art Havener of Ward 4.
In addition, the city collector's position held by Michael Sawicki is up for election.
All of the Sunset Hills seats have two-year terms.
For the Lindbergh Board of Education, seats held by President Kathleen Kienstra, Vice President Don Bee and board members Vicki Englund and Mark Rudoff are up for election.
The seats held by Kienstra, Bee and Englund carry three-year terms.
The seat held by Rudoff, who was appointed to the board when former President Vic Lenz resigned to accept a seat on the Missouri Board of Education, has a two-year term.
Candidates who file must specify whether they are seeking a three-year term or a two-year term, according to district officials.
For the Mehlville Board of Education, seats held by President Mark Stoner, Secretary Rich Franz and board member Elaine Powers are up for election.
The seats carry three-year terms.
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