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More Frivolous Wildwood Complaints Dismissed- An important institution is being abused for political

Recently, the Attorney General of Missouri dismissed two complaints that the City of Wildwood had violated the Sunshine Law. But not before Missouri and Wildwood taxpayers were tapped for additional funds. The cost of such complaints by now most likely far exceed the count of $30,000 dollars that was tabulated by the city as the cost of these quixotic claims. All these accusations have collapsed for a lack of evidence. A vast majority of these salacious allegations have been made by a small group of anti-mayor Bowlin activists; a group that includes the wife of former Mayor and current council member Tim Woerther. Mrs. Woerther has penned thousands of dollars worth of these missives hers

Culvert Correction Complete!

On Friday the 13th, Missouri American Water completed the fix to the precariously eroded water main at the intersection of Thunder Head Canyon and Westglen Farms Drive. The relatively quick but apparently thorough fix came after council member Joe Garritano shared a Wildwood Matters story about the pipe with an executive of Missouri American Water. Although this Wildwood waterway wake-up was mitigated with haste it is clear that there will be many challenges ahead when it comes to protecting critical infrastructure in the face of increased erosion. Paid for by Steve Taylor

ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM; EVENING of CALM and COMRADERY at BUSH STADIUM

It was Friday the 13th and a full moon skid above the rim of the ballpark as seen from the bleacher seats. The Cardinal's were handily defeating the visiting team and residents, council members and Mayor Jim Bowlin sat in a section of the bleacher rooting together for the home team. Council Member Remy organized the event. Wildwood Matters was there to capture the comradery. Thank you to those members who went out of their way to make the invitation to WWM to join in the fun. Council Members Dillard, Edens, Garritano, Dodwell, Remy, Farmer and Stephens joined residents at the first Wildwood Night at the Ballpark. Paid for by Steve Taylor

Wildwood Mayor Announces He is Seeking Second Term; Will Continue to Work for all Residents; Vows

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wildwood Mayor Jim Bowlin to Seek Second Term WILDWOOD, September 09, 2019 – Mayor Jim Bowlin has announced he will be seeking a second term as Wildwood’s Mayor. “In the past four years, we’ve developed a solid record for listening to our residents and achieving what they want – and doing it with better transparency. I want to continue that,” he said. Bowlin was elected Mayor in 2016, and the City has seen several changes during his administration. These included new resident outreach programs, accelerated public improvements, and livestreaming of all the City’s public meetings. “Our residents want us to continue to follow their direction on term limits for all appointe

"Get It Done Joe" Gets It Done Again

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 posted the story and contacted Missouri American Water. That said, the company seemed rather agnostic about the urgency of the situation. That was until Joe Garritano, Councilman from Ward 8 shared the Wildwood Matters post with an executive at Missouri American Water during a Missouri Municipal League meeting. Today, at least six trucks, including a huge excavator and about a dozen workmen showed up at the intersection of Westgle