Mayor James White is running unopposed for reelection in April.
The Maplewood mayor and council members running for reelection in April were invited to share their thoughts on Maplewood's future. Mayor James White is running unopposed, and listed his priorities for a second term. I am running for a second term as Mayor of Maplewood. I believe there are several important items that need to be addressed in the next four years. These items are: I have lived in Maplewood all of my life and it has been a wonderful place to live and raise a family. I feel being a public servant is a good way to repay the community I love. Sincerely, James P. White Mayor Also in Patch:
The Maplewood incumbents were the only ones to file for the seats
The dates for filing to run for election on Maplewood City Council have already opened and closed. The period ran from Oct. 16 to Nov. 20. The only candidates to file were four incumbents. Three Maplewood councilmen and the mayor’s terms expire in April 2013. They are running unopposed for four-year terms. The Maplewood filing period is earlier than Brentwood and many other cities across the state. That's because the city's charter has a provision that if more than two people file for a single office, then a primary election must be held in February, City Manager Marty Corcoran said. Corcoran said the last time he could remember that Maplewood had a primary election was when Mayor Mark Langston ran in 2004. On the Brentwood Board of …