Mayor Lyda Krewson 

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In April 2017, Lyda Krewson won a historic election to become the first woman to serve as mayor of St. Louis. Prior to the election, Krewson served as 28th Ward Alderwoman. She is also a CPA and served as the CFO for an international design firm until her election as Mayor in 2017.

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City of St. Louis Issues A Record $1.14 Billion in Building Permits for Fiscal Year 2018
Value of 2018 Projects Is 86 Percent Increase Over Fiscal Year 2017
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 07/31/2018

Prop 1 Asks Voters to Consider a $50 Million No-Tax-Increase Bond Issue for Capital Improvements
Voters will decide whether to approve a bond issue that would replace old vehicles, repair & renovate aging facilities & upgrade outdated technology.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 07/18/2018

On the Map: Black Rep
This edition of On the Map focuses on the Black Repertory Theater, the largest professional black theater company in the country.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 07/17/2018

Mayor Krewson Announces Search for Director of the St. Louis Department of Health
Krewson announced Monday that a search will begin immediately to find a director to lead the City’s Health Department
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Health | 07/02/2018


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