The City Clerk is appointed by the Board of Alderman immediately following the election and installation of a new Mayor.
The City Clerk serves as the Custodian of all records for the City of Pagedale. In addition to providing administrative support for the Mayor and Board of Alderman, the City Clerk performs duties prescribed by statute, ordinance, administrative rule or as directed by the Board of Alderman or the Mayor. The City Clerk also serves as the election authority, keeping and maintaining all election records and coordinating local elections with the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners; and provides voter registration and notary services.
See Chapter 605, under "Residents, Ordinances", for information relating to this topic.
The current budget and financials are available if you click on the "City Budget" link at the side
City of Pagedale Code of Ordinances are available online. Click the link to the left.
Candidate filing this year is from Tuesday, December 17, 2019, 8 am to 5 pm through closing, Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 5 pm. Filing is for one Alderperson for each of the 3 Wards, and for one Mayor. The commitment is for 4 years for all elected positions. Filing fees are $100 for Mayor and $75 for Alderperson.
General Election is Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Polls are open from 6 am to 7 pm.
There are two (2) bid opportunities for the City of Pagedale at this time.
SUNSHINE LAW REQUEST
The Sunshine Law is Missouri State Statute, RSMO 610 and all public meetings and public records of public governmental bodies must be open and available to the public. Meetings and records of public governmental bodies may (though not “shall”) be closed for the reasons listed in Section 610.021, RSMo. (including, but not limited to, privileged discussions with a body’s lawyers or auditors, certain personnel matters, sealed bids until opened, social security numbers, and certain public safety, security system, and computer access information.)
If, for some reason, a party makes a "Sunshine Request", the request must be received by the party within 3 work days, or given a reason why the request can't be given within that time period. Click on the link at the left and it will take you to the Sunshine Law booklet.