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Wildwood's Former EPA Sites Back in the News: WWM provides clearinghouse for site reports
Bowlin Brings Lt. Governor to Mayors Event Hosted in Wildwood
And Then There Were None- Wildwood Elections Presented Few Contested Races
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Free Speech is Ultimate Winner in Salvatore vs Wildwood Settlement
Notice of Settlement Filed in Salvatore Case- Exclusive
According to Pacer Monitor, a court monitoring site, "Notice of Settlement by Tony Salvatore" was filed with the US District Court on...
Charter Hit with 39 Million Court Decision Benefiting 118 Municipalities-Exclusive WWM
In a final judgement filed January 27th with the St. Louis County Circuit Court, Charter was ordered to pay $39,048,386 to 118 local...
Bill Inspired by Wildwood Incident gets Hearing in MO House of Representatives
House Bill 362 seeks to protect email addresses from exploitation by businesses and politicians through abuse of Missouri Sunshine laws....
Crystal McCune Sits Out Upcoming Election as Anti-Mayor Obstructionism Seems to Come to a Close
Filing for the upcoming municipal elections closed at 5 pm on Tuesday, January 19th and Wildwood's anti-mayor coalition seems to be...
Wildwood City Council Fills Ward 6 Vacancy Left by Resignation of Jon Bopp
image: Robert Jakcsy sworn in as Ward 6 Council Member On January 11th, the Wildwood City Council voted to fill a vacancy left by the...
State Rep DeGroot's Bill to Protect Citizen Data Began With Wildwood Controversy Regarding Emails
No one likes email spam, and many people do not realize that their communication with state government or cities are subject to being...
BALANCE NEEDED IN RESPONSE to COVID (OPINION)
The following is the opinion of guest commentator Daniel Sides and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Wildwood Matters. I...
Local Doc and Wildwood Councilman Ken Remy Gains International Attention with COVID-19 Warning
Ken Remy, a local Washington University ICU doctor and scientist has had enough of making sad calls to families that have lost someone to...
After Years of Testing Costing Thousands of Tax Payer Dollars Couple Gets Permit for Water Feature
After nearly four years and thousands of tax payer dollars, the Roberts family has finally received a permit for the operation of their...