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City of Dawsonville recognizes several city employees for their hard work
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During their January meeting, members of the Dawsonville City Council and the mayor recognized Customer Service Specialist and Administrative Assistant Beth Tuttle for one year of service to the city. (photo courtesy of the City of Dawsonville)

During the January meeting of the Dawsonville City Council, the mayor and council members recognized several of the city’s employees for their hard work in Dawsonville.

The council recognized Customer Service Specialist and Administrative Assistant Beth Tuttle for one year of service to the city and presented her with the January service award. The mayor and council members commended Tuttle on her hard work, recognizing her for her dedication and continued commitment to better the city. 

The council also recognized Planning and Zoning Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer Clay Moss as the January 2022 Employee of the Month and presented him with a certificate honoring his achievement. 

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During their January meeting, members of the Dawsonville City Council and the mayor recognized Planning and Zoning Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer Clay Moss as the January 2022 Employee of the Month. (photo courtesy of the City of Dawsonville)

“A lot of our staff, particularly in the Planning and Zoning Department and Utilities Department, and for that matter the Public Works Department, have to maintain certifications,” City Manager Bob Bolz said. “We recognize an employee that has improved several certifications in Planning and Zoning, Code Enforcement, and most recently he passed a 27-hour state Water Distribution class on the first exam.”

Finally, the council recognized all of the members of the Utilities and Public Works departments for their hard work during the recent winter storms. 

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During their January meeting, members of the Dawsonville City Council and the mayor recognized all of the members of the Utilities and Public Works departments for their hard work during the recent winter storms. (photo courtesy of the City of Dawsonville)

“For some that may not know, the Utilities department and Public Works department worked basically around the clock,” Bolz said. “They are an unseen group that are working behind the scenes. The utility guys were fixing a busted line and it was snowing sideways; the Public Works department kept the roads open throughout the weather that we had and trees were kept cut out of the road — just a stupendous effort by both departments.”