Proposition P The St. Louis County Council has placed Proposition P, a half-cent sales tax for police and public safety, on the April 4 ballot. How will you vote on Prop P? Date: 2017-03-21
Mehlville school of innovation The Mehlville Board of Education voted to open the Choice School of Innovation, which will be the first of its kind in the region, next fall in the former St. John's Elementary on Will Avenue. Do you agree with the board's decision?
Reuniting St. Louis city, county Would you support the city of St. Louis becoming the 91st municipality in St. Louis County, as currently being discussed by the Municipal League of Metro St. Louis?
Age for tobacco sales raised Do you agree with the County Council's decision to raise the age of tobacco sales to 21, a move praised by anti-smoking groups but criticized by e-cigarette advocates who say it will be harder for younger smokers to quit? Date: 2016-09-15
County Planning Commission How responsive do you think the St. Louis County Planning Commission is to south county residents?
Mehlville redistricting The Mehlville Board of Education is considering hiring a demographer as the first step toward redistricting. Do you believe redistricting is necessary at this time? Date: 2016-06-09
Sunset Hills Ward 1 election The St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners is seeking a do-over of the April 5 Sunset Hills Ward 1 Board of Aldermen election, due to ballot shortages at two of the ward's three polling places. Do you agree?
Sunset Hills city administrator The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen could hire the city's first-ever city administrator next week. Do you support the switch to this type of governance for the city?
Sunset Hills commercial development Do you support the commercial development of a credit union proposed at the northwest corner of West Watson Road and South Lindbergh Boulevard, near Court Drive in Sunset Hills? Date: 2016-04-08
MFPD's Proposition S On April 5, Mehlville Fire Protection District voters will consider Proposition S, which seeks to consolidate the district's general fund tax levy and alarm fund tax levy into one fund, resulting in the elimination of the alarm fund levy. The alarm fund currently levies 5 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. As proposed, that 5 cents would be added to the general fund levy and the ambulance fund levy would be eliminated. Will you support this measure?