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Misty Buscher Announces Run For Springfield Mayor Against Jim Langfelder

Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder will have some competition when he runs for reelection. The Illinois Times is reporting City Treasurer Misty Buscher plans to run against Langfelder as he runs for a 3rd term. Buscher announced her plans to her supporters that she will run, Friday night at Boondocks Pub. Buscher who describes herself as fiscally a Republican and socially more of a Democrat said as mayor she would communicate “differently” than Langfelder, citing what she says is frustration Aldermen and citizens have had with his communication.
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Ask the Mayor with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder – Segment 2

Joey McLaughlin talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder on the ‘Ask the Mayor’ segment on the WTAX Morning Newswatch about security around festivals and parades here in Springfield, the new Lincoln Library Director, City Water Light and Power, cooling centers, the homeless, Hunter lake, the Stanford road construction, and more.
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Ask the Mayor with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder – Segment 4

Joey McLaughlin talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder on the ‘Ask the Mayor’ segment on the WTAX Morning Newswatch about his State of the City address, the possibility of rolling blackouts this summer, firehouse relocation, the Scheels Sports Complex, the ‘Y’ Block, road construction and more.
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Ask the Mayor with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder – Segment 1

Joey McLaughlin talks with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder on the ‘Ask the Mayor’ segment on the WTAX Morning Newswatch about firehouse relocation, panhandling, the Scheels Sports Complex, the Teen Empowerment Zone, road construction and more. Wednesday, May 4, 202205/04/2022. Ask the Mayor with Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder –...

Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder tests positive for COVID-19

Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder informed city council members Monday and confirmed to The State Journal-Register that he tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend. Langfelder is quarantining at and working from home. Langfelder, who is vaccinated and has received the COVID-19 booster, tested positive Sunday along with his wife, Billie. ...