Florissant City Council resolves ‘Vote NO on Prop A’ on Aug. 7

‘NO’ ON PROP A, ‘YES’ ON LOWERY: Florissant Council President Jeff Caputo (Cement Masons Local 527), Ward 9 Councilman Tommie Siam, Police Chief Tim Lowery, Council Vice President Tim Jones (Operating Engineers Local 513), and Ward 7 Councilwoman Jackie Pagano and and Ward 3 Councilman Joe Eagan (both members of the North County Labor Club) give the thumbs-up on voting NO on Prop A  on Aug. 7 and electing Lowery mayor in November. – Labor Tribune photo

Endorses Police Chief Tim Lowery for mayor in November

The Florissant City Council has passed a unanimous resolution endorsing “Vote NO on Prop A,” on the Aug. 7 ballot, and has endorsed Florissant Police Chief Tim Lowery as the city’s next mayor.

Lowery said Florissant has long been a pro-union community that attracts young families, adding that six of the nine-member Council hold union cards.

“We fully endorse a NO vote on Prop A,” said Lowery. “We urge everyone in our community to vote Aug. 7, and let your voice supporting labor be heard.”

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