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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Mayor Lyda Krewson Appoints Michael Dauphin As The City’s New Assessor
Dauphin, an attorney who formerly worked at Foley & Mansfield’s St. Louis office, begins effective November 5th 2018
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Office of the Assessor | 11/05/2018

St. Louis Makes it Easier to Drop Off Unwanted Items at City Dump Sites
St. Louis dumping sites now open seven days a week, residents can now drop off unwanted items 12 times per year, without monthly restrictions
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Refuse Division | 11/01/2018

Mike Bloomberg Names St. Louis Winner In Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge
St. Louis to be awarded with resources and technical support to help achieve their ambitious climate goals
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 10/29/2018

Mayor Krewson Launches Search for Community Development  Administration Executive Director
The current CDA executive director will step down November 9, 2018
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Community Development Administration | 10/25/2018


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St. Louis, Missouri 63103

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