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Month: June 2018

Ashley Barno, Department of Social Services

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A resident praised Human Services Specialist Ashley Barno after she helped his brother continue to receive food stamps. The man and his brother had come to Social Services to pick up a form that was supposed to be left at the reception desk. However, Ashley was unable to find it. In talking with the men, […]

Jay LeReche, Health Department

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A resident emailed to acknowledge the excellent service provided by Jay LeReche of the Environmental Health Team. She said that Jay was knowledgeable and patient in helping her determine the work necessary for her failing septic system. He also helped her by describing the process and by indicating which forms needed to be completed. She […]

Karen Allen, Department of Social Services

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A resident wrote three letters to thank and compliment Karen Allen of the Department of Social Services. He had been homeless and had become despondent when he found out that his SNAP benefits were about to expire. He was near the point of taking his own life. His demeanor improved after speaking with Karen. He […]

Division of Police and MH/DS

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A local couple emailed the Chief of Police and Laura Totty to thank them for the sensitive yet strong response by Police and MH/DS to a mental health crisis involving their son. He had been previously diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and was having a serious manic episode. His episodes had been increasing in severity over […]

Department of Public Works

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A resident recently sent an email complimenting the Department of Public Works for its response to a large tree branch that fell and blocked the street in front of her house. Soon after the woman called the county’s non-emergency number to report the situation, Road Maintenance Supervisor Steve Jinnett arrived and cleared a lane for […]
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