Curtis Faulkner


St. Louis County Council - Dist. 4

Passion - Experience - Leadership -Integrity

 "Your Man in Clayton"


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Faulkner identifies needs for "quality" education as a key issue in County Council race

 "As a community--a village, our greatest challenge becomes our ability to educate our children.  Whether you're a parent, grandparent or if you are a homeowner or renter in District 4, you are a stakeholder and a taxpayer who's investment is tied to the success of our school districts.  And, we can't solely count on the state and others to step up to our challenge. They're OUR kids."

For the past 3 years, I've served as the Board Member for N. County School Districts (Hazelwood & Jennings) and in that time I've instituted the restructuring of vocational classes at N. County Tech to include real-time skills for "Productions", sound, lighting and camera course opportunities for our kids.  Including a $2.5 million facelift for the building.



Faulkner unveils development vision for Jamestown Mall property 


At his last Thursday's Community Fundraiser, Faulkner presented his vision of a redevelopment plan he's worked toward for several years Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft was in attendance and endorsed Faulkner for his bid to become District 4 County Councilman, staying "few who seek office ever put forth the work before seeking them".

Architect Paul Stefanski of Remiger Design made the presentation giving details of the proposed African American Cultural District new site.

Democrats and Republicans endorse Curtis Faulkner for County Council

The time has come to elect representation that doesn't continue to polarize our communities but, brings effective leadership that unifies us all--Black and White, Democrats and Republicans, young and old.  Our challenges as North County residents requires representation with clear and decisive revitalization plans and the integrity and skills to implement them.