Public Works staff were on hand at the May 18 City Council meeting to receive from Mayor Harry Rediger a proclamation honoring Public Works Week in Cape Girardeau, in conjunction with National Public Works Week (this week). NPWW celebrates the thousands of hard-working men and women providing and maintaining the infrastructure and services collectively known as public works. Instituted in 1960, NPWW reminds us that public works is important in community life, and honors the unsung heroes – the dedicated professionals of public works. Thanks, Public Works staff, for all you do!
Information from community.fema.gov and ready.gov It is no secret that many families and individuals are looking to cut back on spending. But with the frequency of disasters, both natural and man-made, can you afford not to be prepared? Preparedness […]
Start off the new year right by coming to our Health and Wellness Expo from 1-6 p.m. on Jan.9 at the Osage Centre. The event offers free admission, and is co-sponsored by the Healthy Communities […]
Sidewalk repair and construction is ongoing near Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, with work currently taking place along the eastern side of North Sprigg Street between Village Drive and Rhodes 101 Convenience Store. […]