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Cape Girardeau mayor announces run for re-election

(Source: KFVS intern Christina Chastain) (Source: KFVS intern Christina Chastain)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Cape Girardeau Mayor Harry Rediger held a news conference Monday to announce he will be running for another term in April.
Rediger has been mayor since April 2010.
Rediger's past community involvement includes:
  • Past Member - Planning & Zoning Commission 1989-2010,
  • served 2 terms as President Member - USBank Board of Directors, 1997-Present Member - Saint Francis Medical Center Board of Directors,
  • Past Chairman 1997-2007 Member - Cape West Rotary, Past President 1981 Member - Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce,
  • Past Chairman 1993 Member - Southeast Missouri State University Booster Club,
  • Past President 2005-2007 Member - Southeast Missouri State University
  • Copper Dome Society & President's Council Past Member - Cape Girardeau School Board 1995-1997 Past Board of Directors - American Red Cross 1979-1990,
  • Chairman 1983-1984 United Way Board of Directors - 19 years; 3-time Campaign Chair
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