Retired Marine St. Clair named to city post

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The City of Beaufort has hired Matt St. Clair to the position of Director of Public Projects & Facilities/Military Liaison.

St. Clair recently retired from the U.S. Marine Corps with the rank of Colonel after serving with honor for nearly 30 years. His last assignment was as Chief of Staff, USMC Recruit Depot, Eastern Recruiting Region, Parris Island.

“Matt is an operation expert and performance-based leader with a proven record of building teams, developing employees, managing resources, and improving processes,” City Manager Bill Prokop said. “He will be overseeing the development of a long-term planning for public projects and facilities.

St. Clair replaces Neal Pugliese, who will remain engaged with the city and continue to work closely with St. Clair and Prokop on drainage improvement projects and other projects as needed.

“We are very pleased to have someone with Matt’s background and expertise join our team,” Prokop said. 

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