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‘Committed to excellence’

Region of Queens Municipality celebrates staff milestones

The staff of the Region of Queens Municipality is a diverse and varied workforce, providing services and programs that are significant in the lives of residents and visitors alike.
They are the voice on the phone when you call looking for information about waste-collection schedules or supports for non-profit organizations, they are the smiling caregivers at Hillsview caring for your loved ones, they are the heavy-equipment operators working on infrastructure projects to make the community stronger, they are the ones who maintain our parks, and they are the people who coordinate recreational programs for you and your family to enjoy, says a Region of Queens media release.
The operations and services provided by the Region of Queens are diverse and include the administration office, Engineering and Public Works, parks and playgrounds, Queens Place Emera Centre, the municipal landfill and recycling facility, as well as the Hillsview Acres Home for Special Care. Milestone achievements of staff were recognized with Years of Service awards at the regular council meeting Dec. 12.
“The Region of Queens has a skilled workforce which is committed to excellence in public service. Each year, council recognizes and celebrates the milestones that staff has attained in their career,” said David Dagley, mayor of the Region of Queens Municipality. “We are proud of the level of service provided by Region’s staff. All staff members are positive ambassadors of council and the Region of Queens; their work is greatly appreciated.”
Five employees were recognized for five, 10, 15, 20, and 25 years of service; those employees represent 75 years of cumulative employment. Julie Oickle reached five years of employment, Adam Grant reached 10 years of service, Roma Whynot has had 15 years of employment, Mike MacLeod marked 20 years of service and Wanda Allison reached a 25-year milestone.
Council presents service awards to staff each year in December as staff achieve five-year milestone increments.
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