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Former alderman sworn in as St. Louis City assessor

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Stephen Conway was sworn in to be the city's newest assessor Monday (Credit: Lyda Krewson / Twitter) Stephen Conway was sworn in to be the city's newest assessor Monday (Credit: Lyda Krewson / Twitter)

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – The City of St. Louis has a new assessor.

Monday morning, Mayor Lyda Krewson announced that Stephen Conway, a lawyer and a CPA, would be taking over as the St. Louis City assessor.

“Steve’s experience in government, his acumen and his passion for the City make him the ideal candidate for this position,” Krewson said in a statement. “The Assessor is a serious position that requires someone with Steve’s commitment. I couldn’t be more happy that he is taking on this role.”

Conway, 60, replaces retired United States Air Force Master Sergeant Freddie Dunlap, who retired last month. Dunlap was city assessor for four years.

When he accepted the role of city assessor, Conway, an 8th ward alderman, agreed to resign from the Board of Aldermen. He is also stepping down from his position at Imo’s Pizza, where he was the chief financial officer for the past 13 years.

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