Two Longtime City Employees Recognized for Their Service

The Cape Girardeau City Council honored two men for their work in local government during Monday night’s city council meeting. The two men that received recognition were Steve Williams and Scott Meyer for their multiple years of service to Cape Girardeau. Steve Williams has been a city employee since 1987. For the majority of his tenure he served as the Housing Assistance Co-Ordinator. During his tenure as Housing Assistance Co-Ordinator, he was responsible for over $66 million in investments in the city. Retiring City Manager Scott Meyer has worked for the city for a dozen years. He is the city’s longest serving city manager. During his time with Cape Girardeau, he has managed over $100 million of investment in city facilities such as the Sports Plex and the new City Hall.  Cape Girardeau has created more than 1,000 new jobs with those investments.

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