Mark C. Winings Re-elected Alderman, City of Clayton

Lewis Rice member Mark C. Winings was re-elected to the Board of Aldermen for the City of Clayton on Tuesday, April 4. Mark was first elected Alderman in 2011, and he was re-elected in 2014. As an alderman, he votes on proposed legislation and resolutions for Clayton and represents Clayton's various stakeholders in establishing municipal policies and priorities. While in office, Mark has worked with Clayton's professional staff and other elected officials to eliminate the city's budget deficit while continuing to provide exceptional municipal services to Clayton's residents and businesses, attract hundreds of millions of dollars in new investment to the city, and maintain Clayton's position as a regional leader.

Mark advises financial institutions and other businesses in a broad range of financing and commercial lending transactions. He also represents clients in real estate transactions and other commercial and corporate matters. He strives to build strong relationships and become a trusted partner and counselor to each client he serves.

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