CW’s public service director honored

Photo courtesy of the city of Canal Winchester
Matt Peoples, director of Public Service for the city of Canal Winchester, was awarded the 2022 Clyde “Butch” Seidle Public Works Servant Leader Award, sponsored by the American Public Works Association Ohio Chapter. The award recognizes individuals who serve as dedicated public works servant leaders and creators of public value over a sustained period of time. Peoples started his career with Canal Winchester in 1994 in the Water Reclamation Department. He built upon his public works knowledge by serving as the project manager for plant expansions, replacements, and rehabilitation projects. Peoples became the first-ever public service director for Canal Winchester, overseeing every public works department including water, wastewater, stormwater, urban forestry, information technology, and streets, lands, and buildings. He has served in this position since 2006. Pictured here, from right to left, Mayor Mike Ebert; Larry Lester, past president of the OAPWA; Matt Peoples, Canal Winchester director of Public Service; and Glenn Marzluf, OAPWA member.
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