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R2583 RESOLUTION NO. 2583 WHEREAS, Beverly Andrea Vaughn has faithfully served The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District from February 24, 1971, having started as a Clerical Aide, to her retirement as Director of Human Resources effective April 1, 2001, and WHEREAS, Ms. Vaughn’s tireless energy, dedication and loyalty have contributed to the development and progress of the District and to the public which it serves, and WHEREAS, as Director of Human Resources, Ms. Vaughn’s strategic administration of her duties resulted in the District’s posture as a leading public sector employer in the St. Louis metropolitan area, and WHEREAS, as Director of Human Resources, Ms. Vaughn’s contributions included the effective implementation of District-wide policies and procedures providing fair and equal employment recruitment practices to ensure a diverse workforce; fostering the development of cooperative labor relations improving the employee rights and working conditions while balancing the needs of the District as well; development of sound safety programs ensuring a safe work environment for all employees; and development of innovative approaches to training programs incorporating best practices and increasing efficiency levels of workmanship to ensure the delivery of quality service to the District's customers; and WHEREAS, Ms. Vaughn’s contributions to the St. Louis community through her membership and participation in various professional, civic and community organizations have been invaluable, and WHEREAS, Ms. Vaughn was cited as a recipient of the “Yes I Can Award” by The St. Louis Sentinel Newspaper, NOW, THREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT: THAT, this Board on behalf of itself, the District and its people, and the public it serves, herewith cites and expresses its greatest appreciation to Beverly Andrea Vaughn for her 30 years of exemplary service. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, a copy of this expression be presented to Beverly Andrea Vaughn. The foregoing Resolution was adopted March 22, 2005.