Former Alderman Craig N Schmid
Craig N Schmid represented Ward 20 for the 2014-2015 legislative session.
Craig N Schmid is no longer serving.
Craig Schmid has served as alderman of the 20th ward since 2003. Prior to that he served as alderman of the 10th ward from 1995 to 2003. He currently serves on the Legislation (Chair); Neighborhood Development; Health & Human Services; Housing & Urban Development; and Intergovernmental Affairs (Vice Chair) Committees of the Board of Aldermen.
He graduated with a BA (magna cum laude) from St. Louis University and a JD (cum laude) from St. Louis University School of Law. Prior to being elected alderman he was in private civil practice. He graduated from Cleveland High School and from Mt. Pleasant Elementary School.
As a public servant, he has been actively involved as a full-time alderman in obtaining city services for constituents; improving housing, economic and human development; educational opportunities; crime and public safety issues; and seeking enforcement of quality of life violations. He is a member of the Gravois Park Neighborhood Accountability Board (restorative justice program with the Juvenile Court), Commissioner and Vice-Chair of the Civil Rights Enforcement Agency for the City of St. Louis, St. Louis Family & Community Partnership, Neighborhood Leadership Team Member of the Sustainable Neighborhood - South City Cluster, Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (P.A.C.E.) Consumer Advisory Committee, Marine Villa Neighborhood Association (Treasurer), St. Louis Christmas Carols Association Executive Board, Roosevelt High School Community Advisory Committee and other civic groups. Recently he graduated from the Citizens Police Academy of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
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