Mooresville welcomes new employees

Cami Weckerly – Picture courtesy of the Town of Mooresville
Pam Reidy – Picture courtesy of the Town of Mooresville


MOORESVILLE, NC – The Town recently welcomed two new staff members. Cami Weckerly, the Town’s new Transportation Engineer, officially began her duties on January 17. Pam Reidy, the new Parks & Recreation Director, began her work with the Town on January 30.

Before relocating to Mooresville, Weckerly most recently served as the Senior Traffic Engineering Analyst for Queen Creek, Arizona. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Arizona State University and brings seven years of transportation engineering experience. Her primary duties will be managing the Town’s transportation projects and conducting private development traffic studies.

“The Town has been looking for many months for the right person to fill this position,” said Allison Kraft, Engineering Services Director. “I am confident we found the right person for our community.”

Reidy most recently served as the Director of Leisure Services for the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government in Georgia. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Parks & Recreation Administration from Central Michigan University and a master’s degree in Recreation & Leisure Services Administration from Florida State University. Among her duties as Parks & Recreation Director, Reidy will be responsible for coordinating long and short range plans, establishing goals and objectives for the department, and developing and maintaining the department’s budget.

“The goals and strategic plans of this department are vital to the quality of life we offer our residents and visitors,” said Reidy. “I am proud to join this organization at such a crucial time in planning and development of recreational and cultural services.”

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