Maplewood propositions pass, turnover in Maplewood & Brentwood

On Tuesday Maplewood voters passed Proposition E for the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District, and Proposition F for the fire department — both by large margins. Voters said yes to Prop E by over 81 percent and Prop F by over 75 percent.

Also in Maplewood, Sarah Crosley defeated incumbent council member Ray Crader in Ward 2. Sandi Phillips won a second term unopposed in Ward 1 and Shawn Faulkingham also won unopposed in Ward 3.

The three incumbent candidates for the MRH school board were re-elected with no challengers: Maria Langston, Kathryn Kaufman and Francis Chmelir.

In Brentwood Jeff Gould defeated longtime alderman, Andy Leahy, in Ward 3 by 296 – 195 votes. Incumbent aldermen Nancy Tice, Sunny Sims and Kathy O’Neill ran unopposed.

In Richmond Heights Maurice K. Muia defeated Michael Jones (289-196) to fill Rick Vilcek’s District 2 seat, which he held for two years. Greg Vescovo won Joan Provaznik’s District 1 seat unopposed. Megan Moylan won her second full term in District 3. Danny Hebenstreit won District 4 unopposed.

Incumbent Richmond Heights mayor, Jim Thomson defeated Paul Lore, winning 64 percent of the votes.

All information is per the St. Louis County Election Board. It’s unofficial until certified. See the full PDF here: el2002w.



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