District 3 Jefferson County Councilman Bob Boyer says Reuter has been instrumental in serving her constituents and changing the culture of county government.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
At this time two years ago, the people of Jefferson County were about to decide who would represent them on the first-ever Jefferson County Council. I and six others were honored with the privilege to serve our community on the new county council. Once again it is election time and the people who reside in Council Districts 2, 4, and 6 will have to make a choice as to who will represent them. For the past 21 months, one council member has worked tirelessly to serve the people of her district. That representative is the first Council Chair, Renee Reuter. I can remember one of the first constituent requests that Renee and I received last year. It was a gentleman who lived in Ward 4 of Arnold, which is in Renee’s district. He had an issue …
Jefferson County Councilman Bob Boyer, of Arnold, the first city in Missouri to install the traffic cameras, introduced the measure Monday.
Arnold's representative on the new Jefferson County Council is taking aim on the red light cameras that his city installed in 2005. “The changes to the traffic code were run through like an auction house,” said Boyer, the new 3rd District representative on the Jefferson County Council. “I’m seeking a prohibition on the use of red light cameras.” On Monday a measure to repeal an law granting the county permission from the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) to install red light traffic cameras was introduced by Boyer at the Jefferson County Council meeting. The original ordinance was approved by the former three-member council, which was eliminated Jan. 1 and replaced by a new seven-member council as part of the county’s new form …