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LIBERTY — Liberty City Council appointed Sherri McIntyre to the position of public works director Monday April 27.

She joined the city team on May 1.

“Sherri has an outstanding track record, working on transportation and infrastructure projects throughout the Kansas City metro,” said Curt Wenson, city administrator. “We are excited to have her join our city work family and I am looking forward to seeing how she will steer Liberty’s Public Works Department.”

Over the course of her more than 30-year career, McIntyre has been a dedicated member of the public works community in the Kansas City area, in both the public and private sectors.

In 1986, McIntyre started her career with the Missouri Department of Transportation, working in the Kansas City region for more than 10 years. She then worked for the City of Kansas City’s Public Works Department from 1997-2005.

After five years in the private sector working in engineering and project management, McIntyre returned to Kansas City in 2010 as assistant city manager and, two years later, also assumed the role of Kansas City's public works director.

McIntyre replaces Andy Noll, who stepped in to lead Liberty’s Utilities Department in January 2020.

McIntyre has a master’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Missouri, a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Iowa and is a licensed professional engineer.

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