(Neb.)-Employee Awards Disbursed At Chadron City Council Meeting
Photo: Several Chadron city employees were recognized for reaching work-related milestones at the Chadron city council meeting on Monday night. From left: Police chief Tim Lordino, police officer Shane Sanders, 911 supervisor Tony Serbousek, zoning/building official Janet Johnson, and street superintendent Terry Birnbaum with city manager Wayne Anderson. (Photo by KCSR-Roxie Graham-Marski)
(CHADRON)-Chadron police officer Aron Chrisman received the city’s Employee of the Year award at Monday evening’s city council meeting. Chrisman serves as Chadron Public School’s school resources officer. Other city employees who were nominated and considered for the award were Torey Zuver, Ted Vastine, Betty Sanchez, and Zach Meyer. All city employees vote on the winner after considering each nomination. Mayor Karin Fischer said the caliber of the people selected as nominees “shows the character and quality of individuals that work for the city.” After being presented with the award, a surprised Chrisman said, “Thank you to my coworkers for giving me this honor.”
The council also recognized city employees for their years of service. Street superintendent Terry Birnbaum was recognized for 30 years of service, and city zoning/building official Janet Johnson for 25 years. Both received plaques in honor of their accomplishments. Other employees celebrating work-related milestones were 911 supervisor Tony Serbousek and assistant library director Annette Bellu for 10 years of service, and police chief Tim Lordino and police officer Shane Sanders for five years.
Stay tuned for more news from city council coming up later.
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