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Grant Mabie will serve as Crestwood’s mayor

Pictured above: Grant Mabie celebrates winning Crestwood mayor at his watch party on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Mabie is the current Ward 3 alderman for Crestwood and will likely be sworn in as mayor before the end of November. Photo courtesy of Grant Mabie.  By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com There’s no maybe about it — Ward

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Crestwood mayor candidates debate issues at Call’s forum

Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com Development of the Crestwood Mall site, first responders and economic development were some of the topics debated in a forum last week by the Crestwood residents running for mayor in the election Tuesday, Nov. 6. Current Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie is facing Christopher Court, a business analyst, and Neil

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Editorial: Call makes endorsements for next week’s elections

The Call offers the following endorsements for the election Tuesday, Nov. 6. 91st District House In the 91st District, incumbent Rep. Sarah Unsicker, D-Shrewsbury, matches up with Gravois Republican Committeewoman Jennifer Bird of Crestwood. Although we appreciate Bird and her perennial enthusiasm, we like what Unsicker, an attorney, brings to Jefferson City. Her colleagues praise

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Crestwood forum set for mayoral election

A forum for the three candidates running in the special election for Crestwood mayor will take place Thursday, Oct. 25. Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie, Christopher Court and Neil Brown are seeking election Nov. 6. The winner will serve until April 2020. The candidate forum, co-sponsored by Call Newspapers and the League of Women Voters,

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Crestwood forum set for mayoral election

A forum for the three candidates running in the special election for Crestwood mayor will take place later this month. Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie, Christopher Court and Neil Brown are seeking election Nov. 6. The seat carries a four-year term. The candidate forum, co-sponsored by Call Newspapers and the League of Women Voters, will

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