Board & Election Information

Board Members

  • Chair
    Steve Tomschin
    Elected Area: 
    2
    Areas Served: 
    Hickory Grove Township
    Years Served: 
    Term ends Spring 2022
  • Vice Chair
    Charles Schroer
    Elected Area: 
    4
    Areas Served: 
    Bridgeport & Pinckney Townships
    Years Served: 
    Term ends Spring of 2022
  • Treasurer
    Lynn Bade
    Elected Area: 
    1
    Areas Served: 
    Elkhorn and Camp Branck townships
    Years Served: 
    Term ends Spring 2024
  • Member
    Jeremy Couch
    Elected Area: 
    3
    Areas Served: 
    Charette Creek Township
    Years Served: 
    Term ends Spring 2024
  • Secretary (University of Missouri Extension)
    Rusty Lee

Board of Supervisors Meetings

Meeting Place:
USDA Service Center located at 635 W. Booneslick Road in Warrenton, Missouri.
Meeting Date and Time:
Monthly at 7:00 p.m.  

If you have a question or would like to attend a meeting, please call 636-456-3434, ext. 3, in advance as the meetings are scheduled monthly.

Election Information

Next Election: February 1 - 22, 2022

SEEKING NOMINEES

WARREN COUNTY SWCD BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Let it be known that the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold an election for one supervisor in each of two different territories in the county February 1-22, 2022. If you or someone you know owns a farm in Territory 2 (Hickory Grove) or Territory 4 (Bridgeport/Pinckney), and meets the qualifications listed below you may be considered as a candidate in the election. You may submit your name for participation in the election by completing the self-nomination form and delivering it to the district by 4pm on December 2, 2021. The self-nomination form is available online at https://mosoilandwater.land/content/warren/board-members or in person at the district office (see contact info below).

 

Supervisors of the district administer district policies and programs, district personnel, and cost-share funding made available by the one-tenth of-one-percent parks, soils and water sales tax. During fiscal year 2022, the district provided $81,373.66 of cost-share funds to 51 landowners to assist the landowners with installing agricultural erosion control and water quality practices.

The qualifications required to be a supervisor are:

Being a land representative from the district (10CSR 70-4.010 (1)(I)). A land representative is defined as the owner or representative authorized by power of attorney of any farm lying within an area proposed to be established, and subsequently established, as a soil and water conservation district under Chapter 278, RSMo. Each farm is entitled to representation by a land representative; provided, however that the land representative is a taxpayer of the county within which the soil and water district is located.

Residing in, or owning a farm in, the area from which he/she is nominated where there is an expiring term.

Being a cooperator of the district, defined as, “a person who is actively engaged in farming and practices conservation activities related to agriculture”.

Being a current resident and tax-paying citizen of the county for at least two years preceding the election date.

Be eighteen (18) years of age or older by the election date.

For more info:     Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District

                             636-456-3434 x3, polly.sachs@swcd.mo.gov

                             635 W Booneslick Road - Warrenton MO  63383

 

NOMINATION PERIOD: November 1, 2021 to December 2, 2021 (no later than 4pm)

ELECTION JUDGES COUNT VOTES: February 23-28, 2022

CERTIFIED AT MARCH, 2022 BOARD MEETING

To self-nominate, please use the attached form:/sites/mosoilandwater/files/NEW-SELF NOMINATION FORM.pdf

 

Elections are held every two years.

The qualifications required to be a supervisor are:

  1. Being a land representative from the district (as defined in 10 CSR 70-4.010 (1) (I)). A land representative is defined as the owner or representative authorized by power of attorney of any farm lying within an area proposed to be established, and subsequently established, as a soil and water conservation district under Chapter 278, RSMo. Each farm is entitled to representation by a land representative: provided, however that the land representative is a taxpayer of the county within which the soil and water district is located.

  2. Residing in, or owning a farm in, the area from which he/she is nominated where there is an expiring term.

  3. Being a cooperator of the district, defined as, "a person who is actively engaged in farming and practices conservation activities related to agriculture".

  4. Being a current resident and tax-paying citizen of the county for at least two years preceding the election date.

  5. Being eighteen (18) years of age or older by the election date.