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Outgoing councilors were honored during the Dec. 16 County Council meeting held at the Community Building.
Council Vice Chairman Robert Gibson gave the presentation, thanking Council Chair Jim Hall and Councilors Frances Berting and Ken Milder for their service on the council.
“This is often called a thankless job, but it’s not really true,” Gibson said.
“We do get thanked often. The general public does appreciate the work that’s done because they recognize that someone has to do it. Ken Milder, Frances Berting and Jim Hall, it’s been an honor to have served with all of you the last many years,” Gibson commented.
Gibson presented the outgoing councilors with engraved Nambè Wear plaques and woven blankets from Ortega Weaving. When they received their gifts, the outgoing councilors took the opportunity to say a few words.
“I truly enjoy public service,” Milder said. “There’s nothing like it. Sometimes people disagree but in general what’s unique about this community is, as we’re looking at other communities around the country, our community for the most part, has been corruption free. I do and will continue to feel a commitment to the community,” he continued.
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