General Municipal Election Set for April 2, 2019 in City of Brentwood
The City of Brentwood will hold a general municipal election on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, for the offices of mayor, municipal judge and four aldermen. Proposition B also will be on the ballot.
Ward 1 Alderman David A. Dimmitt has filed for the office of mayor. The election is for a two-year term. Mayor Christopher Thornton is not seeking reelection.
Ward 1 Alderman David Plufka, Ward 2 Alderman Brandon Wegge, Ward 3 Alderman Steve Lochmoeller, and Ward 4 Alderman Thomas Kramer have filed for reelection to their respective offices. The election is for a two-year term.
Municipal Judge Patrick Dignam has filed for reelection. The election is for a two-year term.
At the Jan. 17, 2019 Board of Aldermen meeting, the board approved placing Proposition B on the April 2, 2019 ballot. Proposition B calls for imposition of an economic development sales tax of one-half of one percent on all taxable retail sales made in the City of Brentwood. The official ballot language will read:
Shall the City of Brentwood impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent (0.5%) for economic development purposes, including flood mitigation, transportation improvements, pedestrian greenways and economic revitalization, for a period not to exceed twenty-five years? [ ] Yes [ ] No