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At the February 26, 2018, Cty Council meeting, three City employees were recognized for their outstanding achievements.
Public Works Director Tim Holdeman presented Acting Streets, Fleet and Facilities Superintendent Andy Raih with a commendation. Recently, Andy came to the aid of a person visiting the Public Works Facility. The visitor began choking and Andy administered life-saving measures to relieve the choking victim.
Police Chief Gene Lowery led the swearing-in ceremonies for two Police employees. Officer Trevor Burdick was sworn in as a Police Officer after recently completing police academy training and the field training program. Trevor served the department for several years as a Community Service Officer and Police Volunteer before being sworn as a Police Officer.
Detective Mike Stewart was sworn into the rank of Sergeant after being recently promoted. Sergeant Stewart has been in the detective division for the past 17 years and with the department since 1996. With his promotion, he will serve in the Patrol Division.
The City congratulates these employees for their accomplishments, and thanks them for their service to the residents of DeKalb.