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 appointed officials and preserve Wildwood by resisting things like LED signs and developments they don’t want,” he said. “I have a proven record of listening to our residents, and that will continue in the next term,” Bowlin added.
His goals through 2024 include finding workable solutions for improving high-speed rural internet access, resolving Lake Chesterfield issues and addressing land erosion around the City’s several watersheds.
The Mayor serves a four-year term. Filing will officially open in December 2019, with the election to follow in April 2020.
ABOUT WILDWOOD AND MAYOR BOWLIN
The city of Wildwood is the third-largest municipality by population in St. Louis County, and the 11th largest in the state of Missouri. It is the largest city by land mass in St. Louis County and the third largest in Missouri.
Mayor Bowlin has previously served in numerous capacities with the City, including City Council Member, Chair of its Board of Adjustment, and Historic Preservation Commission Member. He is the CEO of Keystone Mutual, a company he founded in 2007, a past President of the St. Louis Association of Corporate Counsel, and a member of Missouri’s volunteer State Defense Force. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Westminster College where he was a Piper Scholar to the London School of Economics, and his law degree from the University of Missouri.
Paid for by Bowlin for Wildwood Committee, Lana McPartlin Treasurer