April 25, 2019

At its April 23rd meeting, new members of the Wildwood City Council were sworn in.  As previously reported two members gave farewell addresses.   Both outgoing members spoke about the need for the new council to move forward and to prioritize policies over persona...

March 1, 2019

The following is a statement from Steve Taylor, Councilman 4th Ward, City of Wildwood"

"St. Louis County has finished its investigation into what were possible violations of the law by Councilman Woerther.

"It has been concluded that the actions lacked 'criminal intent'...

February 28, 2019

At the February 27th candidate forum at Wildwood City Hall, Dr. Kenneth Remy, who is running in ward three against recently censured Councilwoman Tammy Shea, made an offer that after the election the council could "break bread" at his home to promote peace and civility...

February 2, 2019

At the January 28th, Wildwood City Council meeting there was an incident involving Councilwoman Tammy Shea resulting in police coming to the dais.  After a closed session of the Council, members were returning to their seats when Councilwoman Shea passed her own seat a...

January 18, 2019

In response to numerous inquiries to back up claims that nearly $30,000 dollars worth of failed ethics and Charter complaints have been filed by or on the behalf of opponents of Mayor Bowlin and his perceived allies. Wildwood Matters is posting the city document that d...

November 14, 2018

As one 70's rock band once opined, "I'm caught on a crazy roundabout", which is a sentiment fitting for many who watched the popular "Free Speech Amendment" be vetoed by Mayor Bowlin over a technical concern, then watched a veto over ride requiring a 2/3 majority fail...

November 8, 2018

Wildwood Mayor, Jim Bowlin, intends to veto the Free Speech Amendment passed by a 12 to 4 majority at the Council's October 22 meeting.  The amendment, which along with other reforms, allows residents to ask a direct question of a Council Member or Mayor and for a resp...

September 17, 2018

A nervous Mayor of Wildwood seeks to divert, postpone or possibly sink a so-called "Free Speech Amendment" that would allow residents to direct questions to their elected officials at public meetings.  Recently an amendment that would roll back rules set in place...

September 16, 2018

The Webster Kirkwood Times ran a kind story on Councilman Taylor's father and the recent 4th ward race.  

The Post-Dispatch's Tony Messenger has written two editorials on Taylor's election win.  In the first, Messenger reveals that he voted for Taylor and his...

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