Ward 3 Alderman Terri Violet
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Terri Violet lives in the Applewood subdivision and has been a resident for 30 years. Alderman Violet is the first female veteran on the St. Peters Board of Aldermen. At the completion of her 6 years in military service she received an honorable discharge from The United States Navy. She studied at St. Charles Community College and is concentrating on Political Science. She and her husband, Jeff, have two children and six grandchildren.
Terri attends Calvary Church and is an active member on the worship team. She served as a volunteer with the American Red Cross in leadership roles as a Marketing and Communication Liaison and National Disaster Response Supervisor. Terri is a Team Manager for the annual Mike Bush Fantasy Baseball Camp for hearing impaired children in which the City of St. Peters is a sponsor (photo below). She is also a member of American Legion Post 313.
Alderman Violet has been a Neighborhood Watch Captain in St. Peters since 2008. She previously served on the St. Peters Veterans Memorial Commission as Chaplain and as an alternate Commissioner on the Planning and Zoning Commission. She was appointed as Alderman for Ward 3 in September of 2012. Alderman Violet currently serves as the Aldermanic Representative to the Parks, Recreation & Arts Advisory Board.
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Message from Alderman Violet
Words of Gold
When is the last time you told your loved ones that you love them? Think for just a moment about those you are closest to. Maybe they live close by, maybe they live in another state or possibly in another country.
Life is busy and it is easy to run out the door to work or end a phone conversation forgetting a quick “l love you.” In this day and age we are able to use our computer to watch and hear our children and grandchildren that are near and far. We can talk with them, listen to them laugh, blow kisses, then end the conversation with an “I love you.” Expressing how much you care for someone is a gift that doesn’t cost a thing, yet it’s worth more than gold!
Take time during this holiday season to give the ones you love and care for an extra hug and if possible, spend a little extra time with them. Before you hang up the phone, let them know that you love them.
Please remember our service members and their families in your thoughts and prayers, especially those that are separated during the holidays. I send you and your family my best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a new year filled with peace, joy and hope!
If I can ever do anything for you or your family, please don’t hesitate to call or email because I am here to help. You can contact me at (636) 734-1883 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please know that your concerns are my concerns!
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Help Is Here!
Have you ever driven down a city street and accidentally drove into a pothole or noticed a street light burned out? Maybe you found a broken piece of playground equipment while your children were playing at the playground this week. The City of St. Peters wants to know about issues just like this so they can be addressed as soon as possible.
Here in our City, we have a great team of employees that provides help for residents just like you that want nothing more than to keep our community in excellent shape. They are available and there for you during regular business hours. The Concern Line is also available 24 hours, seven days a week to leave a message at 636-477-6600.
The Citizen Action Center (CAC) is located in City Hall and is there to provide the best quality service possible to St. Peters residents. When you register a concern, the representative will route your concern to the appropriate department. That department will investigate, then address the issue as quickly as possible. The CAC can also be notified if you see a job well-done by City staff—feel free to share a compliment as well.
To contact the CAC, call 636-477-6600 ext.1225. You may also choose to file your concern online using the e-Resident services. More information can be found at www.stpetersmo.net under “Customer Service & Concerns.” (Water and sewer emergencies may be reported by calling 636-477-6600, ext. 4)
The City of St. Peters is a community that is known as a quality place to live, work and play. We care deeply about you and the condition of our neighborhoods, parks and businesses. Please take the time to report any City issues to help our community stay safe and beautiful. I am proud to be a Ward 3 representative! You can contact me at 636-734-1883 or email me at email@example.com. Please remember that your concern is my concern!
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