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Posted on: May 6, 2019

City-County Merger

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City-County Merger Information

A proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution has been submitted to the Missouri Secretary of State's office by a group called Better Together (BT) seeking a statewide vote for a plan that would require the unification of the St. Louis City, St. Louis County and all municipalities within the County's boundary.

 The proposed merger of St. Louis County with the City of St. Louis, coupled with the creation of a "Metro City" can and will have major consequences for residents of the City of Ellisville. If you have questions, contact Mayor Mike Roemerman or your District Council Member for more information. You are also invited to attend one of the upcoming Town Hall Meetings scheduled on Thursday, May 30th at the Administration Building located at Bluebird Park, 225 Kiefer Creek Road, Ellisville, MO 63021.


Related Documents

City-county merger booster Better Together, facing months of widespread and unflagging criticism, on Monday pulled its beleaguered consolidation proposal from state consideration.

Better Together (BT) pulls St. Louis City-County merger proposal


Ellisville City-County PDF version Presentation 04/30/2019

Ellisville City-County PowerPoint version Presentation 04/30/19

Article VI Freeholder Petition St. Louis City

Article-VI Freeholder Petition St. Louis County

Freeholder Petition Talking Points

Better Together Proposal

The Better Together Proposal - Prof. Terry Jones 02/14/2019

SLAPCA Initial Response

Better Together Petition 20-039

Better Together Petition 20-042

St. Louis County Municipal League - Pat Kelly - Executive Director (314) 726-4747  Email

If you have questions, comments or concerns, please reach out to anyone of the following elected Officials.


Elected Officials Contact Information

Mark Harder - County Councilman (314) 615-5443       Email

Tim Fitch - County Councilman       (314) 615-5438       Email

Andrew Koenig - State Senator      (573) 751-5568        Email

Ann Wagner - U.S. Congresswomen   (636) 779-5449   Email


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