Want to make a difference at City Hall in St. Louis and be able to see it?
Rally St. Louis has approved my proposal Operation Cleanup City Hall as a priority to clean the exterior of City Hall in St. Louis.
St. Louis City Hall opened in 1904 and is an architectual landmark that still is in use and will be for decades to come.
The City Hall exterior is vunerable to the environment because of its Missouri pink granite and sandstone surface. The cleaning process required is specialized because it can't use chemicals which would erode the surface.
It's needed cleaning for many years and an effort in 1993 failed to get approval by the city adminstration in office at the time. Times have changed but City Hall hasn't - the outside got more dirty why we've resurrected the clean up plan.
Cleaning the outside of City Hall is the perfect public-private partnership. We already do this cleaning up trash along our highways.
Let's make "Clean up City Hall" a positive statement.
I'm not asking you to donate money right now, but you can if you choose. What we need right now are votes in a competition to get money.
So what I'm asking you to do now is click this link and vote.
And you can vote more than once - only once each day - but repeat votes count!
If we win, we'll be at the forefront to raise private money for Operation Cleanup City Hall.
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Vote first then share the message. I thank you for your help and participation
in Operation Cleanup City Hall.
If you have any questions - call me at 314-432-0288 ext. 116 or write me at firstname.lastname@example.org.