Rotary Club of Casper Hosting Casper’s City Manager for a One Cent Discussion

On Monday, September 12th, the Rotary Club of Casper is honored to welcome Carter Napier, the City of Casper’s City Manager, as the speaker at its noon luncheon meeting. Rotary Club members and guests are invited to attend this special presentation.
Napier will be discussing the upcoming One Cent ballot initiative. One Cent helps builds Casper. As the City’s primary source of infrastructure funding, it repairs streets and waterlines, builds fire stations, purchases police vehicles and equipment, funds recreational programs and supports many of our local non-profits. It improves our quality of life, and makes Casper a better place to live, work and raise a family.
On Cent is up for its 17th renewal this November after first being passed in 1974. Every Casper resident and business is impacted by One Cent since that funding goes toward emergency services, utility rates, streets, recreational opportunities, and other City infrastructure.
J. Carter Napier became the City of Casper’s City Manager in June 2017.  He received a Master of Public Administration from the Romney Institute of Public Management of the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University.  Carter's first job in local government came in 1997 with the City of Longview, WA as an intern to the City Manager.
 Following that experience, Carter began his service in Casper, WY in 1998 as an analyst and then became an Assistant to the City Manager.  In 2003, he was named as Riverton's City Administrator.  In April of 2011, Carter became Gillette’s new City Administrator.
Throughout his career, Carter has been involved in a number of programs and boards.  He was one of the founding members for the Three Trails Employee and Family Assistance Program in Casper, WY.  Carter was also a founding member of the Natrona County Drug Court both of which are still having wonderful success in Casper. 
He is a charter member of the Leadership Fremont County program as a Board member, Member of the Rotary Club, Board Member of the Wyoming Association of Municipalities and past member of several economic development boards.  Carter is a full member of the Great Open Spaces City Manager's Association and a full member and certified City Manager through International City/County Management Association (I.C.M.A.) as well.
Join Rotary at the Ramkota for this special presentation to learn more about how Rotary and One Cent are both committed to improving Casper -- One Cent funding makes critical infrastructure for Natrona County’s parks, trails, and amenities possible. Members unable to attend in person may join the live stream online.

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