One site, WAP, (for our purposes, let's call it the Wildwood Accusation Project), which claims to be founded for the purposes of "transparency" in government does not state who runs the site and gives what appears to be a false, nonexistent address.
While researching the origin of the site, only one piece of data suggests someone who may be associated with this site. Kelley Woerther, wife of former Mayor and current council member Tim Woerther, and political enemy of the Mayor, was the point of contact in a October 2018 press release about an ethics complaint. The complaint was one of Woerther's thousand's of of dollars worth of failed accusations.
Since the press release lists Woerther as a point of contact for the complaint, it would appear that she probably at least knows who is behind this now anonymous site.
Image: Screenshot from press release. Number redacted by WWM
The ability to file ethics complaints is absolutely necessary. Transparency in government is essential. And even though the tens of thousand of taxpayer dollars spent on groundless claims by a few sometimes tests our resolve, it is certain that those rights will be preserved by the city of Wildwood and the state of Missouri. They should be.
As said by James Bryce in his 1888 book, The American Commonwealth ,"sunshine is the best disinfectant." Those demanding transparency should themselves step into the light.