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Posted on: December 11, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Mountlake Terrace Recognizes Employees

At its annual appreciation breakfast, the City of Mountlake Terrace recognized employees for years of service and notable accomplishments over the past year.

“It’s been a year with a lot of change, and employees came through shining,” said Interim City Manager Scott Hugill. “They dealt with everything from a pool closure and learning new police dispatch software to updating the Comprehensive Plan in-house and developing a new city website. While going through all of this, employees never lost sight of their role in helping the public,” Hugill added.

“Extra Mile Awards” are given to employees who consistently performed above and beyond the call of duty to provide exceptional programs and services to the community. “Extra Mile Awards” were awarded to Dance Programmer Chloe Davenport, Senior Planner Edith Duttlinger, Animal Control Officer Elena McKee and Civil Engineer Thad Newport.

“Customer Service Awards” are given to employees who consistently think of the customer first. “Customer Service Awards” were awarded to Maintenance Worker Kasey Cundy, Support Services Representative Yelena Grant, Construction Inspector Tom Moehrle and Permit Specialist Susie Read.

Police Department Employee of the Year Award went to Sergeant Pat Lowe. Additionally, years of service awards were bestowed upon Rick McDow, Parks Maintenance Worker (30 years), Myrna Osborne, Finance Coordinator (25 years), and Glenn Barnard, Public Works Maintenance Worker (20 years).

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