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City of Dawsonville recognizes employees during city council meeting
City employee recognition Beth Tuttle
During the April 18 meeting of the Dawsonville City Council, the mayor and council members recognized Customer Service Specialist/Administrative Assistant Beth Tuttle as the March employee of the month. (Photo courtesy of the City of Dawsonville)

During the April 18 meeting of the Dawsonville City Council, the mayor and council members recognized several city employees for their service to the city.

The council recognized Customer Service Specialist/Administrative Assistant Beth Tuttle as the March employee of the month and presente

city employee recognition Clay Moss
During the April 18 meeting of the Dawsonville City Council, the mayor and council members recognized Planning and Zoning Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer Clay Moss as the 2022 employee of the first quarter. (Photo courtesy of the City of Dawsonville)

d her with a certificate honoring her achievement. 

Tuttle was chosen as the March employee of the month by her coworkers. During her time with the city, she has implemented the new set management software, been a key player with the city’s efforts to update back flow prevention protocols, developed a city virtual magazine and reviewed the city website, all in addition to her day-to-day job duties. 

The council also recognized Planning and Zoning Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer Clay Moss as the 2022 employee of the first quarter and presented him with a certificate honoring his achievement. Moss was selected for the honor by his peers for his performance, loyalty and professionalism. 

Also during the meeting, the mayor and council recognized three longtime employees for their service to the city. The three employees who were recognized were Public Works Director Trampas Hansard with 14 years of service, Utilities Crew Chief Blake Croft with six years of service and Utilities Billing Technician/Deputy City Clerk Tracy Smith with five years of service. 

All three employees were presented with April service awards and recognized for their continued dedication and commitment to better the city through their work.