Reggie Jones, Mayor Dellwood, was talking development on the Freeman Bosley Jr. radio show and podcast with Senator Karla May, Anthony Shahid and Felicia Mitchell-Hampton. Behind the scenes were Charles Abdul-Wuli Muhammed filming and Cuddy The DJ recording perfect studio sound at the iHeartMEDIA station in Midtown St. Louis at the City Foundry.
MAYOR REGGIE JONES: I’m gonna be elected for my sixth term. We do two year terms out here. So I’ve been in office 10 years currently, but this is my sixth term that I’m going into. Listen to entire podcast on YouTube
SENATOR KARLA MAY: Congratulations, that’s beautiful. So give us some feedback. What have you been doing over the past 10 years, and where do you wanna go the next 10 years?
MAYOR REGGIE JONES: You know, for Dellwood to be a small municipality, you know, we’ve found ways to make some things really happen. One of the things that we wanted to do was address our infrastructure. So I made a promise to the citizens that I will pave each and every street in that town, and I’m gonna say that we actually have done that. We paved every street in the city of Dellwood. We also renovated our city hall. We could have built a new city hall, but we felt that we had a city hall that was, you know, it was okay, but we needed some upgrades, and so we made those upgrades, and we just done some beautiful things. We’ve also received several grants in the city of Dellwood. We have a West Florissant Great Streets Project.
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