Grant Mabie

Mabie sees highest margin of victory since 1997

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor news3@callnewspapers.com Crestwood Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie was re-elected last week by one of the largest margins of victory for an alderman or mayor in the city in more than 20 years. The decisive win over former Ward 3 Alderman Bill Boston in the April 3 election, 76 percent to 24

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Mabie defeats Boston to win re-election in Crestwood

Grant Mabie vs. Bill Boston Current Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie handily won re-election over former Alderman Bill Boston with 77 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results. Mabie scored 297 votes to Boston’s 85 votes over three precincts, with four write-in votes. Boston, who defeated Mabie for the Ward 3 aldermanic seat in

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Rezoning approved for Pardee Lane lots in Crestwood

By Mike Anthony Executive Editor news1@callnewspapers.com The Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted last week to adopt ordinances rezoning two properties on Pardee Lane. The city initiated the requests to change the zoning to M-1 Light Industrial District from R-4 Single-Family Residential District at 8659 Pardee Lane and 8687 Pardee Lane. Both properties are near the

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Crestwood board continues hearing on MSD rezoning requests

By Mike Anthony Executive Editor news1@callnewspapers.com The Crestwood Board of Aldermen will continue a public hearing Tuesday, Feb. 27, on rezoning requests for two properties on Pardee Lane. Aldermen opened a public hearing on the rezoning requests at their Jan. 23 meeting, but voted unanimously to continue the hearing until later this month. The city’s

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Lindbergh hosts elected officials

Dressel Elementary School students recently welcomed local elected officials on Dec. 8, for Lindbergh Schools’ annual elected officials breakfast. Attendees, from left, are: Green Park Mayor Bob Reinagel; Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby; Crestwood Alderman Grant Mabie; Barbara Fraser, education liaison for County Executive Steve Stenger; Grantwood Village Trustees Patricia Williams and Mark Kienstra; Rep. Sarah

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Check out these classic Most Misguided Quotes

“Call the Tune” by Mike Anthony Executive Editor news1@callnewspapers.com The end of 2017 also saw the end of the fourth quarter of the year, which provided a bounty of candidates for the Call’s Most Misguided Quotes in which we chronicle the most misguided, misinformed and misleading statements of the year. In St. Louis County, the

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