Bob Reinagel, Mayor

Bob Reinagel, Mayor

Bob Reinagel

Mayor

10957 Suanis Court

314-578-5410

breinagel@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:

Graduated Bishop DuBourg High School.  Then technical and computer training.  Retired from Pitney Bowes Inc. after 50 years.  Positions held were Technical Service Management and Sales Management.  Then became Consultant to State Of Missouri.  Married for 51 years to Nancy.  Father of three and grandfather of six.  Served Green Park as Alderman and on the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Favorite things about Green Park:

  • New City-owned Green Park City Hall and Community Room.
  • Environment and small town atmosphere.
  • Friendly staff.
  • Great location – Restaurants and shopping and many other services.
  • City services – Trash, recycling, and yard waste.  Snow removal.
  • Easy access to city officials.

Major and minor changes I would like to see:

Find ways to encourage more community involvement.

Connect our trail with Grant’s Trail at the east end of Green Park Road.

Comments:
Proud to serve the residents of the City of Green Park as their Mayor.

Carol Hamilton, Alderman Ward 1

Carol Hamilton

Alderman, Ward 1
9924 Slevin Lane
314-974-3007
chamilton@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:
I am a graduate of Lindbergh High School. I reside in the same home I grew up in. I only left for 10 years so I’ve been on Slevin Lane for 49 years. I am a licensed full-time realtor. I have a daughter, Jamie Lynn, who is my real estate PR and marketing specialist. I enjoy quiet evenings on my covered patio. My daughter and I have two long-haired Chihuahuas that we love, “Speedy and Miley Jo.” We walk on the trail at Clydesdale Park with them.

Favorite thing about Green Park:
Green Park has grown and flourished in so many ways but still remains a close-knit community with very few families leaving to relocate. Location, location, location…we have it all. Great schools, grocery stores, shops, restaurants galore!!! But out of all that, my neighbors are my favorite thing. They watched me grow up and I remember them all as good friends with my beloved parents, Theodore and Mary Margaret Bukowsky.

Major and minor changes I would like to see in Green Park:

I would like Green Park to continue to grow as a premier place to call home. It is my hope that more citizens will attend our monthly meetings and the planning and zoning meetings.

The continuance of bingo for the senior citizens of Green Park will hopefully be around a long time.

Comments:
I would like Green Park to have a home and garden award program. Various homes on my street are picture perfect and ready for a magazine. It would be nice to have an annual or semi-annual plant and garden exchange with neighbors.

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Michael Broughton, Alderman Ward 1

   

          

Michael Broughton

Alderman, Ward 1
9936 Jan Drive
314-374-9110
mbroughton@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:

A)  Born and raised in St. Louis; resident property owner in Green Park for thirteen years.

B) Military veteran; Paratrooper, 82nd Airborne Division, U.S. Army.

C)  Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement from Meramec Community College; Bachelor’s Degree in the Administration of Justice, University of Missouri – St. Louis.

D)  Experienced in law enforcement, private security & risk management; printing franchise business owner/operator in South County; field sales and management.

Favorite thing about Green Park:

The City of Green Park is the centrally located hub of the South County area.  Accessibility to interstate highways and major thoroughfares is unparalleled.  The area is replete with restaurants and shopping opportunities.  Lindbergh School District is among the finest in the nation.  St. Anthony’s Hospital is but a stone’s throw and hosts a major trauma center.  The hospital is supported by a wide range of physicians with offices throughout the South County area.  Emergency services are provided by Mehlville Fire Protection and St. Louis County Police Department.

Major and minor changes I would like to see:

A)  The city’s image enhanced and residential property values improved by cogent, sensible enforcement of the city’s existing property maintenance codes/ordinances, as well as the enactment of additional property maintenance ordinances/codes as is necessary to enrich and maintain the residential integrity of the city.

B)  The implementation of a business license requirement, which would include the licensing of landlords of residential property, in order to better serve the business community, their customers/clients, and city residents.

C)  A promotion of the city designed to attract economically stable residents committed to securing their future by contributing time and effort in establishing a desirable neighborhood in a premier school district in a growing community.

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Tim Thuston, Alderman Ward II

Tim Thuston, Alderman Ward 2

Tim Thuston

Alderman, Ward 2
9400 Green Park Road
314-494-5152
tthuston@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:

My family moved to Green Park in 1944 long before its incorporation and have lived here ever since. We are all proud of the city and its growth as it continues to be an excellent area to raise a family.

Favorite thing about Green Park:

Of course the best part of Green Park are its people. Who can beat our low crime rate and its great roads. I am also very proud of the way the citizens are able to enjoy free trash pick-up, recycling, and free yard waste pick-up.

Major and minor changes I would like to see:

Getting the final stretches of Lin Valle, Green Park Road, and Lin Ferry completed will be a major accomplishment, as it will just about complete our road project which is an outstanding testimonial to the City’s high standards set on behalf of its citizens.

No comment provided.

James Jones, Jr., Alderman Ward 2

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James Jones

Alderman, Ward 2
11109 Patsy Drive
(314) 359-4571
jjones@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:

Favorite thing about Green Park:

Major and minor changes I would like to see:

No comment provided.

Fred Baras, Alderman Ward3

Fred Baras, Alderman Ward 3

Fred Baras – President of the Board

Alderman, Ward 3
11069 Kohrs Lane
314-894-7080
fbaras@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:

I’ve been in Green Park for about 17 years; living in South County for 30 years. Involved with South County Chamber for almost 20 years and Past President of the South County Chamber of Commerce. Alderman for the past 15 years. Member of the St. Louis Association of Realtors.

Favorite thing about Green Park:

The City government puts the needs and long term benefits of the population first. We plan for the betterment of the whole community. Having Clydesdale Park and Grants Trail within our City is a very good benefit to all, and the fact that our City offers free trash and yard trash pick-up is another plus.

Major and minor changes I would like to see in Green Park:

It would be nice to have signage showing that you’re in Green Park off of the major streets.

No comment provided.

Joe Monteleone, Alderman Ward III

Joe Monteleone, Alderman Ward 3

Joe Monteleone

Alderman, Ward 3
9423 Southtowne Farms Dr
314-845-0516
jmonteleone@cityofgreenpark.com

Short background:

I have lived in the City of Green Park for 21 years with my wife, Diane, and my son, Joe. My family has been involved with the City since its inception in 1995.

Favorite thing about Green Park:

Being a part of the City of Green Park offers local control of government. The City is one of the few cities that offers free trash pick up, including yard waste and recycling, and does not impose business licenses.

Major and minor changes I would like to see:

I would like to see more resident participation and involvement in the City. Attending the Board of Aldermen meeting will keep residents aware of what is happening in their city.

No comment provided.