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Dawsonville recognizes employee of the month, service awards for longtime employees
City employee recognition Steven McNeal
Dawsonville Mayor Mike Eason and the city council members recognized April Employee of the Month Steven McNeal at the council’s May 17 meeting.

At the May 17 meeting of the Dawsonville City Council, council members recognized the April employee of the month, as well as several longtime city employees.

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Dawsonville Mayor Mike Eason and the city council members recognized Utilities Department Treatment Plant Operator Westin Lee for his four years of service with the city at the council’s May 17 meeting.

Mayor Mike Eason and the members of the city council recognized Public Works Operations Foreman Steven McNeal as the April employee of the month, presenting him with a certificate honoring his achievement. 

“Steven is always willing to step in and help and do whatever is asked of him,” City Manager Bob Bolz said. “He’s easy to get along with and a hard worker and we’re proud to recognize him as our April employee of the month.” 

Also at the meeting, council members recognized two longtime employees for their service to the city, presenting them with May service awards. 

The two employees who received May service awards were Utilities Department Treatment Plant Operator Westin Lee, who has worked with the city for four years, and City Clerk Beverly Banister, who has worked with the city for six years. Both city employees were presented with certificates recognizing their years of dedication with the city and their continued commitment to better the city through their work. 

city employee recognition Beverly Banister
Dawsonville Mayor Mike Eason and the city council members recognized City Clerk Beverly Banister for her six years of service with the city at the council’s May 17 meeting.

Council members also recognized the public works department as part of National Public Works Week, which was May 16 through May 22. The public works appreciation proclamation is the third the city council has issued this month, after recognizing both water professionals appreciation week and municipal clerks week at the last council meeting on May 3. 

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