Airport Privatization Letter Writing Party Moved To November 18th

letterwritingWho: Anyone who wants a Public Vote on Lambert Airport Privatization and State Audit of the process

What: Letter Writing to Elected Officials requesting Public Vote on Airport Privatization as well as letters to State Auditor Nicole Galloway requesting Airport Privatization be included in her audit of City

When: 1:30 pm Sunday, November 18th

Where: Nadine’s, 1931 S 12th


How: choose to email or send hand written letters, email information and stationary/stamps provided as well as refreshments

Why: Board Bill 93 for Public Vote on Airport Privatization is bogged down in Board of Aldermen Committee

Host: Marie Ceselski, 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman

Also: We will have Prop V initiative petition for Public Vote on Privatization available for signing AND Voter Registration Applications. The next election is March 5th. Voters will elect Board of Aldermen President and Aldermen of even-numbered wards. These are elected officials who will have important votes on any contract to privatize the running of Lambert Airport.

Additional Information

Videos of public hearings on Board Bill 93, Board of Aldermen Transportation Committee 10/15 Hearing    10/13 Hearing    10/3 Hearing

You can make comments on airport privatization to the Federal Aviation Administration here

Presently 104 Comments to FAA: 2 Supportive of Privatization and 102 Opposed to Privatization. You can read previous comments here

Lambert Airport Privatization News & Commentary Feed (2017-Present)


Wednesday Airport Privatization Meeting

rexcHelp Stop Rex Sinquefield’s Airport Privatization Scam. Make Your Voice Heard! Contact Mayor, Board President, Alderman, Federal Aviation Administration

11 am Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 S
St. Louis City Airport (Privatization) Advisory Working Group
St. Louis Lambert International Airport
10701 Lambert International
Lindbergh Conference Room
Open to the Public

City Calendar Notice


Airport (Privatization) Advisory Working Group – Voting Members & Contact Info
Mayor Lyda Krewson
Comptroller Darlene Green (member of Airport Commission)
Board President Lewis Reed (member of Airport Commission)
City Budget Director Paul Payne

Advisory Working Group – Non-Voting Members & Contact Info
Airport Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge (works for mayor)
19th Ward Alderwoman Marlene Davis (Chair of BOA Transportation Committee)
City Counselor Julian Bush (works for mayor)

Video of 10/23 Meeting of Airport Advisory Working Group

Video of 10/25/2018 Board of Aldermen Transportation Committee Meeting on Airport

Board Bill 93 for a public vote on airport privatization.
Videos of public hearings on Board Bill 93:
10/15 Hearing  10/13 Hearing  10/3 Hearing

Contact Information for all Aldermen

If the Board of Aldermen does not put the issue on the ballot, St Louis Not For Sale intends to place it on the ballot via Prop V Initiative Petition. You can read the petition here.  They have Wednesday night and Saturday afternoon office hours. You are encouraged to sign the petition and help collect signatures.

You can make comments on airport privatization to the Federal Aviation Administration here

Presently 103 Comments to FAA: 2 Supportive of Privatization and 101 Opposed to Privatization. You can read previous comment here

Lambert Airport Privatization News & Commentary Feed (2017-Present) 

Rides To Polls Tuesday


Polls Open 6 am to 7 pm Tuesday, November 6th

Call Marie at 314-630-7599 to schedule a ride. We understand this usually ends up an Election Day decision based on weather. We’re OK with that.

Board of Election Sample Ballot, all races and parties and ballot issues

7th Ward Independent Democrats Endorsements

Check your Voter Registration here.

Vote Paper Tuesday

610d85f975a754f077e921c4c92582d57th Ward Independent Democrats and 7th Ward Democratic Committeewoman Marie Ceselski have voted to endorse the following candidates and issues.

November 6, 2018 Endorsements
U.S. Senator: Re-Elect Claire McCaskill
State Auditor: Elect Nicole Galloway
1st District U.S. House: Re-Elect Lacy Clay
78th District Missouri House: Re-Elect Bruce Franks Jr.
79th District Missouri House: Elect LaKeySha Bosley
Collector of Revenue: Re-Elect Gregory F.X. Daly
License Collector: No Endorsement
Recorder of Deeds: Elect Michael Butler
Judges Retention Votes: No Endorsements
Constitutional Amendment 1: Vote Yes for Clean Missouri
Constitutional Amendment 2: Vote Yes for New Approach Medical Marijuana
Constitutional Amendment 3: Vote No on Bradshaw for Pot Czar funded by 15% Tax on Medical Marijuana
Constitutional Amendment 4 on Bingo Advertising: No Endorsement
State Proposition B: Vote Yes to Raise Minimum Wage in Missouri
State Proposition C: Vote No on Rex Inc Medical Marijuana
State Proposition D: Vote No on Gas Tax for Highway Patrol
School Board (vote for two): Elect Dr. Joyce Roberts and Jared Opsal

Missouri Medical Marijuana: Yes on 2. No on 3 & C

Vote Yes on Amendment 2. It is the best worded and most likely to serve medical marijuana patients the best without gouging them tax/fee wise.

Vote No on Amendment 3. It sets up the sponsor of the amendment as Pot Czar to spend the outrageous 15% tax. This is medical marijuana, not recreational.

Vote No on Prop C. It would license medical pot locally by appointed boards- seems like an opportunity for all sorts of political favoritism, is backed by Rex Inc., and will get butchered by State Legislature.