May 22, 2020

Wildwood Mayoral candidate Niles Stephens has declined to denounce an ethnic slur directed at a Wildwood councilman made by a vocal advocate and campaigner for Stephens' election bid. 

Bill Kennedy, a former councilman and a vocal supporter...

May 13, 2020

As June 2nd municipal elections near, the Stephen's campaign for Mayor has ping-ponged furiously between issues that have largely failed to gain traction. 

But now weeks prior the election, Stephens seems to have settled on a strategy of raging against the very city th...

May 4, 2020

Niles Stephens is a Wildwood City Councilman and he is running for Mayor.  He also seems to have been seeking  sanctions against his own city during an unprecedented crisis.

During the pandemic his opponent,  Mayor Jim Bowlin brought high speed internet to rem...

February 27, 2020

Earlier this month Wildwood Mayor Jim Bowlin sent a request to legislators in Missouri's State Capitol asking that measures be taken to protect residents private information.  

Many citizens do not know that email addresses and even the content of communication of...

January 31, 2020

The 1995 incorporation of the City of Wildwood was in large part intended to be a check against suburban sprawl. 

Commitment to parks, trails and the preservation of watersheds, creeks and trees is one of the founding principles of Wildwood.  Even the city's charte...

October 6, 2019

There is an old saying, that like mushrooms, rumors grow in the dark.  And there have been several rumors sprouting around town that the city of Wildwood has been under investigation by the Attorney General's office. Through the Missouri Sunshine Act, WWM has obtained...

September 10, 2019

Less than twenty four hours ago, Wildwood Matters posted a story about what appeared to be a precariously exposed water-main hanging in a washout left in a Caulk's Creek tributary by recent storms.  

The huge pipe was not visible from the road, but Wildwood Matters...

August 23, 2019

Wildwood politics is known for being getting a bit hurley burley from time to time.  And there are many  blogs built around Wildwood politics.  Many of them are anonymous and few delve into elaborate conspiracy theories about sub rosa attempts to improperly delay commi...

August 20, 2019

In a whiplash inducing move Council Member Tim Woerther reversed himself by opposing the reappointment of City Treasurer Steve Cross.  Woerther had vociferously accused the Mayor of planning not to reappoint Mr. Cross months prior. 

At a January...

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