Mayor Slay to Welcome Lord Mayor of Stuttgart, Germany

March 16, 2010 | 2 min reading time

This article is 12 years old. It was published on March 16, 2010.

 

Contact:                                                                                               March 16, 2010

    Kara Bowlin                                                 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    314-622-3479

 

 

Mayor Slay, City of St. Louis to Welcome Lord Mayor of Stuttgart, Germany

 

Mayor Francis Slay is proud to welcome the Lord Mayor of Stuttgart, Germany, Dr. Wolfgang Schuster to St. Louis on April 15 for a four-day visit. Mayor Francis Slay, County Executive Charlie Dooley, The World Trade Center and the St. Louis-Stuttgart Sister Cities (SLSSC) Board will be formally welcoming the delegation at a reception at the Missouri History Museum on Friday, April 16th at 6:30 pm. Mayor Schuster will also throw out the first pitch at Saturday’s Cardinals game.

 

St. Louis and Stuttgart have been Sister Cities for fifty years, and I am excited to welcome Mayor Schuster to St. Louis,” said Mayor Slay. “Stuttgart and St. Louis share a long history of fostering friendships and exchanging ideas – and I expect this trip will help nurture our Sister City relationship.”

 

“The purpose of Sister Cities is far more than cultural exchanges and visits back and forth,” Tim Nowak, director of the World Trade Center-St. Louis commented, “It’s more about development, sharing of knowledge, technology and economic opportunity.”

 

Last February, Stuttgart climate change and environmental expert Dr. Ulrich Reuter was impressed by the number of green projects in the region. During the opening reception on April 16, a climate exchange agreement between St. Louis and Stuttgart will be signed by both mayors.

 

For more information please contact Kara Bowlin at 314-622-3479 or Susanne Evens at 636-530-1010.

 

####

 

  • Department:
    Office of the Mayor
  • Topic:

Most Read News

  1. City of St. Louis Outlines Preparations for Possible Winter Storm As the National Weather Service (NWS) declares a Winter Storm Warning for our region beginning Tuesday, January 24, the City of St. Louis is joining the NWS to urge residents to take precautions and preventive measures to protect themselves and their families during and after the storm.
  2. Information about Cloudy Water This phenomenon normally occurs during the winter months in St. Louis and is not related to the quality or safety of the tap water.
  3. Comptroller Darlene Green Receives the Distinguished Dr. Henry Givens, Jr. Legacy Award Comptroller Darlene Green was honored to be awarded the prestigious Dr. Henry Givens, Jr. Legacy Award.

Was this page helpful?      



Comments are helpful!
500 character limit

Feedback is anonymous.