Mayor Len Pagano
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Leonard B. "Len" Pagano lives in Hanover Crossing and has been a resident for over 35 years. He was honorably discharged form both the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy. He is a high school graduate and took specialty courses at both St. Charles County and Florissant Valley Community Colleges. He is retired from Unilever HPC where he worked as St. Louis Plant Warehouse Coordinator. He and his wife, Joyce, have three children, eight grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Mayor Pagano has served the City of St. Peters as an elected official since 1983. He was a Ward 3 Alderman from 1983-2007. In April 2007, he was elected Mayor of St. Peters to fill a vacancy. In April 2008, he was re-elected to a full, four-year term.
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Message from Mayor Pagano
An Easy Resolution with Big Results!
It’s that time of year when the calendar flips and we can take a little breath after the busy holidays. And, yes, for many of us, it’s time to consider resolutions that will make our lives better in 2017 and beyond.
May I make a suggestion? If you want to stick to a resolution that’s going to make a big difference, consider doing just one thing each week: Recycle with Blue Bags!
How will this make a big difference? Besides being environmentally friendly, every time you recycle it saves YOU money.
When you recycle with Blue Bags—items like soda cans, cardboard, plastic bottles or paper—the City of St. Peters can sell your recycled items, and the fees the City of St. Peters receives are used to help keep your trash bill the lowest in our area!
On the other hand, when you throw that item in the garbage can instead of a recycling Blue Bag, we pay extra tipping fees to landfills for all our trash. The more items we don’t recycle, the more land-tipping fees we pay, and the more costs get passed on to you.
As a resident, here’s all you need to do: Fill up the Blue Bags provided by the City of St. Peters with your recyclables. Put paper items and cardboard in one Blue Bag and put all containers (plastic, tin, glass or aluminum) in another Blue Bag. When your Blue Bag is full, double-tie it and drop the bag into your trash cart. Do this every week in 2017 and that’s 52 weeks of recycling, adding up to big savings—for landfill space and for our pocketbooks! It’s the easiest resolution—ever!
The best way to resolve to recycle is to do it together as a family. The City of St. Peters makes it easy. You get two FREE recycle stations for your home with your St. Peters Resident Privilege Card. You can get your card and your recycle stations at City Hall. Use one of the stations for your paper and cardboard; use the other recycling station for your containers. It’s easy, free and you don’t have to buy new trash cans.
Once you start recycling, I bet you’ll discover that it’s really easy, and you’ll feel good about sticking to at least one big resolution in 2017!
You can also recycle many household items at our Recycle City recycling center, 131 Ecology Dr., during daylight hours, seven days a week.
Learn more about how easy it is to recycle in St. Peters and how it benefits us all at www.stpetersmo.net/recycle
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