Mayor Gary Lebsack, and Town Council, proclaim May 1-7 as Public Service Recognition Week and call upon all residents to recognize and express their appreciation for the important contributions of public employees and community volunteers throughout the Town and around the world.
WHEREAS, Americans are served every day by public servants at the federal, state, county and town levels, who supply continuity to our communities; and
WHEREAS, public employees and community volunteers serve in areas such as health, education, public safety, the arts, the environment, finance, public infrastructure, community planning, human rights, recreation, and more; and
WHEREAS, the public employees of the Town of Johnstown are committed to exhibiting the highest standards of professional excellence, creativity, skill, and customer service; and
WHEREAS, the dedicated volunteers who serve on Town of Johnstown commissions inform and advise policymakers and are integral to the advancement of the quality of life that we enjoy here; and
WHEREAS, the efficiency of government relies on public employees and volunteers, who provide services in the quality and quantity required and expected by the public; and
WHEREAS, the Town of Johnstown recognizes the generous contributions of time and talent by public employees and community volunteers, and the importance of the services they render;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF JOHNSTOWN, COLORADO THAT:
I, Gary Lebsack, Mayor of the Town of Johnstown, do hereby proclaim May 1-7, 2022 as PUBLIC SERVICE RECOGNITION WEEK in the Town of Johnstown and call upon all residents to recognize and express their appreciation for the important contributions of public employees and community volunteers throughout the Town and around the world.
Jamie Barker, Communications Manager