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Ward 3 Alderman Melissa Reimer

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Melissa Reimer lives in the Spencer Creek subdivision and has been a resident for over 2 years. She is a Missouri native and a high school graduate with an Executive Secretarial diploma from Sanford Brown College. In earlier years she worked in the corporate world as an Administrative Assistant/Secretary and Receptionist. She held the title of Special Events Coordinator for the last 3 years of her full time corporate employment. She then decided it would be in the best interest of her family to take on the role of stay-at-home mom after the birth of her first child.

 

In 2008 Melissa became a licensed Missouri Real Estate Agent and has maintained her sales license since then. She has been with Berkshire Hathaway Alliance Home Services Real Estate for several years and Prudential Alliance Real Estate prior to that. She is member of the National Association of Realtors®, the Missouri Association of Realtors® and the St. Louis Association of Realtors®.

 

She is married to her husband, William, and has 2 school age children and an adult bonus son currently serving in the U.S. Air Force. 

 

Alderman Reimer currently serves as an Aldermanic Representative to the St. Peters Green Team.

 

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Message from Alderman Reimer

 

Take the Green Cup Challenge!

I’ve had the privilege these last few months of working with the St. Peters Green Team as the Alderman Representative. The team is comprised of wonderful individuals who are passionate about what our City is currently doing and what our residents can do now and in the future to keep our beautiful City environmentally clean, healthy and safe. The little things we do can have a huge impact on our community and even worldwide. The Blue Cart Crew campaign has been and continues to be very successful. We have many residents that are recycling and I am extremely optimistic that with time, more will recognize the need and follow suit.

The Green Team has been brainstorming and we are coming up with some very exciting ideas for the future. Spring is just around the corner and with that comes many possibilities of outside activities we can focus on that residents will enjoy participating in. Have you heard about the Green Cup Challenge? If you are interested in participating with others in our area to keep St. Peters clean and green, please sign up at www.stpgogreencup.org. This website will keep you up to date on what St. Peters is doing as well as connect you with people with the same desire to do their part to help. It is also an excellent resource for providing additional environmental information and ideas on what you can do (small or large) to help as well as money saving tips.

I have had many people express to me personally about their interest on this this topic and I’m hopeful that the Green Cup Challenge will be successful and helpful to our wonderful community. Please feel free to reach out to me personally if you have any questions and would like to be part of our efforts. We welcome you to be a part of the solution.
 


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Blue Cart Crew and Green Cup Challenge

The beginning of a New Year always brings up thoughts in my mind of New Year’s Resolutions. Going forward; what can I do to have a positive impact on the world around me? When I was appointed as the Ward 3 Alderman I was also honored to join the St. Peters Green Team as the Alderman Representative. We have a lot of great things going on with our recycling program and future ideas for environmental sustainability. You may have heard about two programs recently: The Blue Cart Crew and the Green Cup Challenge. These are completely separate programs. 

The Blue Cart Crew directly affects your recycling service and your costs as a resident and St. Peters taxpayer. The more households that join the Crew and recycle means we spend less on putting trash into the landfill and our City makes more money by selling recycled goods. This keeps your trash and recycling fees among the lowest in the entire St. Louis region. The Green Cup Challenge focuses more on environmental sustainability and shows you and your family easy ways to make changes that add up in a big way toward helping our environment. This project stretches across our communities with organizations and groups working together to make a positive environmental impact in our region.

Please take a moment to look into both of these initiatives and let’s “Put the Landfill on a Diet!” St. Peters will continue to be leaders in the area for our green efforts!

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