City Council

 

Council Meetings Contact Information
The City Council meetings are on the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm.

Correspondence addressed to the Marceline City Council, either individually, or as a whole, must be viewed by the entire Council in accordance with the law.  Correspondence may be sent to council@marcelinemo.us or to the postal address listed below:

 

Marceline City Council

116 N. Main Street USA

Marceline, MO  64658

   
Councilwoman Sallie Buck (Mayor)

Councilwoman Sallie Buck was raised on a farm south of Rothvillle, MO.  She graduated Northwestern High School and from Northeast Missouri State University (now Truman State) with a degree in Business Administration.  Since 1983, Sallie has been a resident of Marceline, and has been employed with Walsworth Publishing Company for 44 years and active in several civic organizations.  Most of her family lives in nearby Linn and Chariton Counties. 

   
Councilman Jeri Holt (Mayor Pro Tem)

 Councilman Jeri Holt was a Warehouse Supervisor at Walsworth Publishing Company for 30 years until his retirement in January of 2019.  He is a lifelong resident of Marceline, graduating from Marceline R-V, and is the Fire Chief of the Marceline Volunteer Fire Department. He has served on the City Council for 14 years and was mayor 1988-1989, 2016-2018. He worked for the Marceline Housing Cedar Brook Square, Sunset Hills and Allison Apartments for 14 years. He is very active in the community where he is a member of the Marceline Eagles, Marceline Rotary and Marceline Golf Club. He retired in 2013 from refereeing middle school and high school basketball after 29 years. He is married to Dana Holt and has one daughter, Jennifer Holt from Moberly, Missouri. While serving on the Marceline City Council, Jeri became a Certified Municipal Official effective December 2015.

   
Councilman Tyson Brammer 

Councilman Tyson Brammer was born and raised in Marceline.  His entire family has been lifelong residents. He graduated from Marceline R-V with the class of 1992.  A year later he moved to Clarksville TN and lived there until 2004. He and his family moved to Chandlerville, IL for 4years before moving back to Marceline permanently in 2008.  He married his wife, Dawn, in 2000 and they have two children which they are extremely proud of.  Tyson is currently employed at Moore Fans in Marceline and feels very fortunate to work for such a pillar of Marceline industry.  

   
Councilwoman Elizabeth (Liz) Cupp

Councilwoman Cupp began her career in municipal government in 1964 as the Secretary to the City Manager.  Since then, she has worked as the City Clerk, Interim City Manager, and ultimately the City Manager with a total of 26 years experience in municipal government.  She holds a Master Municipal Clerk designation from the International Institute of City Clerks and 750 continuing education credits with the Missouri City Clerks and Finance Officers Association.  Councilwoman Cupp was also a member of the Missouri City Manager's Association and served for 10 years on the Missouri Worker's Compensation Trust Board in Jefferson City.  She retired from municipal government in 2011.

   
Councilwoman Lacey Meissen

Councilwoman Lacey (Brammer) Meissen was born and raised in Marceline. Her immediate family are lifelong residents. She graduated from Marceline R-V with the class of 1994, furthering her education at Chillicothe Vocational School with an emphasis on Business Management, later receiving her certification in Social Services. Lacey married Vance Meissen, whom also was born and raised in Marceline. Together, Lacey and Vance have two children. She was employed with Gatehouse Media (Sho-Me Shopper/Linn County Leader) for 16 years as a Multi-Media Sales Executive and is currently employed with Pioneer Skilled Nursing by Americare as their Business Office Manager. Lacey and her family are members of St. Bonaventure Catholic Church with their children attending Father McCartan Memorial School. Lacey is also a member of the Marceline Eagles Auxiliary for 23 years, a business member of the Marceline Chamber, and served on the Planning and Zoning Board.