Fulton Receives Prestigious W. Victor Weir Award
Posted on 08/10/2018
Todd Fulton, Wastewater Plant Manager with City of Cape Girardeau Public Works, received the prestigious W. Victor Weir Award during the recent Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference (MWWC) Annual Meeting in Jefferson City, Mo. The award is given only to a select few recipients.

“Todd’s dedication to his profession is recognized statewide by his peers and regulatory agencies,” said Public Works Director Steve Cook. “Todd works very hard to be a leader in the wastewater field, and I am proud to say others have seen this!”

The award, commemorating the memory of the beloved W. Victor Weir, is given for the operation and single contribution therein which “emulates and commemorates the accomplishments, the unfailing tact, the good humor and the high professional and moral attributes which characterize the life of W. Victor Weir.” The water treatment, water distribution, or wastewater operator must be a current individual member of the MWWC and shall have made a contribution in keeping with the attributes of the namesake of this award.

Todd has served Cape Girardeau for nearly 28 years as a Public Works employee. Fulton is pictured above, on the right.