Eric Hutchinson, Assistant Public Works Director - Service, accepted a proclamation from Mayor Anzevino on behalf of all City of Hudson employees in honor of Public Service Recognition Week.
Every year since 1985, the first week of May has been set aside as Public Service Recognition Week, a time to thank dedicated public servants from federal, state, and local governments across the country. This week, we honor all our public servants for the work they do for the citizens of Hudson. From leaf collection and park maintenance, to the roads, electricity, water, and other services, Hudson City employees help make Hudson a great place to live. Thank you to all our dedicated employees for serving the citizens of Hudson!
The proclamation read:
Special Acknowledgement of “Public Service Recognition Week”
WHEREAS, Americans are served every single day by public servants at the federal, state, county and local levels, and these unsung heroes do the work that keeps our communities and nation functioning; and
WHEREAS, many government employees and volunteers risk their lives each day in service to the people of the United States and around the world; and
WHEREAS, day in and day out, public servants provide the diverse services demanded by the American people of their government with efficiency and integrity; and
WHEREAS, without these dedicated public servants at every level, continuity would be impossible in a democracy that regularly changes its leaders and elected officials.
WHEREAS, it is with grateful appreciation that the Hudson community especially thanks our local public servants for all they do.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jeffrey L. Anzevino, Mayor of the City of Hudson, Ohio, do hereby proclaim May 7-13, 2023, as “PUBLIC SERVICE RECOGNITION WEEK” in Hudson, Ohio, and encourage all citizens to recognize the accomplishments and contributions of government employees at all levels: federal, state, county and city.