Green Park marks 20 years as a city

Jordan Fears, representing U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, addresses the crowd Sunday afternoon at the Green Park celebration marking the city's 20th anniversary of incorporation. Also pictured is Mayor Bob Reinagel. In a letter Fears read from Wagner, she said it's her honor and privilege to represent Green Park in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Jordan Fears, representing U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, addresses the crowd Sunday afternoon at the Green Park celebration marking the city’s 20th anniversary of incorporation. Also pictured is Mayor Bob Reinagel. In a letter Fears read from Wagner, she said it’s her honor and privilege to represent Green Park in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Green Park elected officials, city staff and residents were joined by county and state elected officials on Sunday for a celebration to mark the city’s 20th anniversary of incorporation.

County Executive Steve Stenger proclaimed Sunday as ‘City of Green Park Day’ in St. Louis County. Sen. Scott Sifton, Rep. Cloria Brown and Jordan Fears, representing U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, also attended.

Pictured, from left, are: Sifton, Stenger and Green Park Mayor Bob Reinagel.