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Preview of Tomorrow's Monroe County Council Meeting (2014-08-12)

The agenda and packet for tomorrow’s regular meeting of the Monroe County Council is available here:

Following are the highlights of the agenda: 793 more words

County Council

Plans continue for the Worcestershire switch off

A part-night street lighting programme in Worcestershire will continue as planned.

Around 52,000 street lights and 8,000 illuminated road signs are managed by the council. The combination of all this costs the council £2.4 million a year. 208 more words

Lightbulbs Direct

Election Recap

Let me review briefly some of the stories of Tuesday’s election.

  • The Clean-Up Crew, an association of candidates organized by local activist David Day that campaigned actively over the summer, went 1 for 5 in contested races, with Mike Reuter winning the nomination for circuit clerk, while Mark Paul lost the county executive race, Jason Jarvis and Charles Groeteke lost House races and Dan McCarthy came in third of five candidates for county council district 7.
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JeffCo August Primary Results

Before we jump into the (unofficial) election results, let’s look at how many votes were cast for each party this election compared to the last two November elections. 133 more words

Elections

Evans-Huey Matchup

The race for the Democratic nomination for County Council District 3 features two men who have run for multiple offices. I wrote here about Charles Huey’s perennial candidacies (four of them, under different party banners). 485 more words

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Ballot Issue and JeffCo GOP Primary Endorsements

Given the number of propositions, amendments, and contested Republican races on the August 5 ballot, I thought I’d go ahead and issue some endorsements. In case you aren’t sure how to vote on that one race or on that one ballot issue, these recommendations may provide assistance. 687 more words

Elections

JeffCo Candidate Cash

July 15 was the deadline for candidates to file their second-quarter financial reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission (MEC), and candidates further had to file “8 day before election” reports by July 28. 89 more words

Elections