Governor honors 146 'outstanding employees'
Gov. Phil Scott has honored 146 state employees including three in this area.
The governor recognized and celebrated the efforts of Vermont state employees, attending an awards ceremony and presenting a proclamation designating May 5-11, 2019 as "Public Service Recognition Week" in Vermont.
Governor Scott was joined by Secretary of Administration Susanne Young, Department of Human Resources Commissioner Beth Fastiggi and Deputy Commissioner Dan Pouliot to honor 146 outstanding state employees, including 22 individuals, 14 state teams and one cross-agency team.
These employees were applauded for their many achievements in service to the programs that support the citizens of Vermont.
"Our state employees not only provide important services to Vermonters, but also make Vermont a great place to live, work and visit," Scott said. "I greatly appreciate this year's award winners, and all Vermont state employees for the important work they do to serve Vermonters."
The 2019 Outstanding Employees for Statewide Public Service Recognition includes Victoria Biller or Dorset, Timothy Bills of Jamaica and Joshua Donna of Jamaica.
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