News from City Hall
City of Kansas City, Mo.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 7, 2011
Sherri McIntyre appointed interim Public Works director as Stan Harris retires
The City of Kansas City, Mo., has selected Assistant City Manager for Infrastructure Sherri McIntyre to serve as the interim Public Works director following the recent retirement of Public Works Director Stanley J. Harris. The City will conduct a nationwide search to identify and select a qualified permanent candidate for this key position.
“The City is grateful for the many years of service Stan Harris provided the City and we wish him well as he retires and accepts the position of Public Works director in Shreveport, La.,” said City Manager Troy Schulte. “As we start the search for a new director, we are fortunate that Assistant City Manager Sherri McIntyre has the engineering skills and experience necessary to keep things moving forward.”
In addition to serving as the interim director of Public Works, McIntyre will continue to fulfill duties as the assistant city manager for infrastructure.
McIntyre has worked in the fields of civil engineering, public works and transportation since 1986 and has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri since 1991.
McIntyre previously worked for Delich Roth and Goodwillie, P.A. Engineers, where she served as senior engineer. Her career includes engineering, project management, planning and administrative positions with HDR Engineering, Inc. (2005 – 2008), the City of Kansas City, Mo. (1997 – 2005), and the Missouri Department of Transportation (1986 – 1997).
McIntyre has a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Iowa.
Media inquiries about this topic should be directed to Dennis Gagnon, City Communications Office, at 816-513-2659.