Snoqualmie honors outstanding employees

  • Wednesday, December 27, 2017 11:13am
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Each year, Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson recognizes outstanding city employees who have gone above and beyond their work.

For 2017, those employees include: Snoqualmie Police Officers Richard Cary, Corporal Kim Stonebraker and Corporal Jason Weiss; firefighter Lt. Kelly Gall; Jason George, Public Works; Andrew Latham, IT department; and Scott MacVicar and Shane Will, parks department.

These individuals have implemented innovative ideas and cost-cutting measures, and provided exemplary customer service, and teamwork.

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