Kip Walby took the oath of office Monday to become the new mayor of St. Clair Shores. City Counclmen Ronald Frederick, Anthony Tiseo and Chris Vitale were also sworn into office. The new council also selected Peter Rubino mayor pro tem.
Monday, November 14, 2011
Thursday, November 10, 2011
The election of Kip Walby as the new mayor of St. Clair Shores created a vacancy on City Council. Who should be appointed to his seat on council?
The election of Kip Walby mayor has created a vacancy on City Council. Walby, who was halfway through his four year term council term when he was elected, will be sworn in Monday as the new mayor St. Clair Shores. This will create one open seat on council. By charter, mayor and city council appoint the resident to fill the vacancy. If you could recommend a candidate to be appointed, who would it be? And what qualities would you like to see from this candidate? Share your thoughts on Patch.
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Patch has everything you need to know before heading out Tuesday to cast your vote.
St. Clair Shores voters will be asked to vote in municipal and school board elections, along with a special education millage, on Nov 8. Mayor and City Council Mayor Robert Hison and city councilmembers Beverly McFadyen and David Rubello are not running for reelection. Visit the Patch candidate profile to learn more about who is running for the open seats. Board of Education South Lake has the only contested board of education race on general election ballot. Incumbents Mark E. Beghin and Shannon R. Harvey are running for the open two seats on the Lake Shore Schools board of education. Each are four-year terms. Incumbents Michael McCain and Phil Thomas are running for the three open seats on the Lakeview Public Schools board of education. …
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Voters narrow the field of candidates for the November general election for mayor and city council.
Two current members of St. Clair Shores City Council received the most votes in Tuesday's primary election. The top two candidates in the mayoral primary, and the six highest city council candidates primary, will advance to November's general election. Kip Walby received the most votes in the mayoral primary, and the largest number of votes in the election. Ronald J. Frederick received the greatest number of votes of the 10 candidates in the city council primary. "I appreciate the support from the people. It has been great to get it in the past and I hope I have it in the general," said Walby, who was surrounded by family at City Hall as the results came in. "It is only the primary. There is a lot of work left to do to still become the …
Voters went to the polls Tuesday to select who will run in the general election in November.
Results from the Aug. 2 primary for mayor and city council in St. Clair Shores.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
The candidates for mayor and City Council are expected to attend a Meet the Candidates meeting tonight.
Candidates for St. Clair Shores elected offices provided short biographies in advance of the Meet the Candidates Town Hall at 7 p.m. tonight in the council chambers in City Hall. Mayor Karla Anderson Nate Kaczmarek Kip Walby City Council Patrick Biange John Burtch Henry Castro Jack Downey Ron Frederick Chuck Hall Randy Rose Chantel Ticconi Anthony Tiseo Chris Vitale