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Our City Council and City Manager Kenny Haskin are proud to announce that Cape Girardeau Public Works Stan Polivick will pass the torch to Casey Brunke when he retires July 1. Brunke was named Public Works Director April 1, and the two will share the helm of the City’s largest department for three months. Brunke’s former role as Assistant Public Works Director is open and now accepting applications. “Both Stan and Casey have been assets to Cape Girardeau,” said Haskin. “We are excited to see what new energy Casey will bring to our leadership team and the top post at Public Works.” Brunke is the latest leadership appointment since Haskin named Trevor Pulley Assistant City Manager in November 2022. Pulley oversees Public Works and Community Development under Dr. Haskin. The Public Works Department is a hybrid of over 90 staff members and a contracted team managing the water system and sanitary sewers. The department’s is also responsible for wastewater treatment, stormwater maintenance, curbside solid waste services and the transfer station, street maintenance in partnership with our development department, fleet management, and other services. “Our infrastructure is one our greatest responsibilities under the care of our greatest assets – our people” said Haskin, “and we are proud to entrust these obligations to Casey Brunke.” The Cape Girardeau City Council will recognize Polivick’s retirement and Brunke’s promotion as part of their July 3 meeting at 5 p.m. at City Hall. Learn More


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