This page was prepared and paid for by the City of Wentzville, Nickolas Guccione, Mayor, 1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd., Wentzville, MO 63385 solely to educate and inform residents about questions that may be presented at the polls. It is NOT intended to advocate, support or oppose the passage or defeat of any measure or candidate. Each voter should vote based on his or her own judgment.
The Wentzville Board of Aldermen has given direction to include three items on the April ballot. You can cast your vote on Tuesday, April 4 on these three items:
- Four-Year Aldermen Terms
- Sewer Lateral Program
- Recreational Marijuana Sales Tax
To learn more about these items please browse the content below. To view a copy of the postcard that will be distributed, please click here.
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Proposition No. 1: Four-Year Aldermen Terms
On April 4, Wentzville voters will be asked to decide on Wentzville’s Proposition No. 1.
"Shall the term of office for Aldermen of the City of Wentzville, Missouri, be changed to four years as allowed by the statues of the state of Missouri?"
A "YES" vote will change the Aldermen terms from two years to four years.
A "NO" vote will keep the Aldermen terms at two years.
Proposition S: Sewer Lateral Program
On April 4, Wentzville voters will be asked to decide on Wentzville’s Proposition S.
"Shall a maximum charge not to exceed fifty dollars be assessed annually on residential property for each lateral sewer service line serving six or less dwelling units on that property and condominiums that have six or less condominium units per building and any condominium responsible for its own individual lateral sewer line to provide funds to pay the cost of certain repairs of those lateral sewer service lines which may be billed quarterly or annually?"
A "yes" vote will authorize the City to establish a residential sewer lateral program.
A "no" vote will not establish a residential sewer lateral program.
To learn more about the proposed Sewer Lateral Program, click here. Some eligibility and program conditions may be subject to change.
Proposition M: Recreational Marijuana Sales Tax
On April 4, Wentzville voters will be asked to decide on Wentzville’s Proposition M.
"Shall the City of Wentzville, Missouri, impose a sales tax of three percent on the retail sale of adult-use marijuana within the City of Wentzville to provide funding for the City’s Police Department, infrastructure, and other City needs?"
A "YES" vote will impose a three percent (3%) sales tax on adult-use, recreational marijuana purchases made within Wentzville.
A "NO" vote will not impose a 3% sales tax on adult-use, recreational marijuana purchases made within Wentzville.