On Tuesday, January 24th, the Board of Supervisors honored 115 employees, with a combined service of 1,235 years, who have served between 5 and 25 years at the County.
“We do so much work within our community, throughout the state, and in some cases even the nation, and when we talk about the programs that we are so proud of, it’s the people that make them work,” said Board of Supervisors Chair Ed Scofield before recognizing the six employees receiving service awards for 25 years. "There’s a tremendous amount of pride in our employees and what we do. This is really an honor.”
Nevada County is one of the largest employers in the area, with approximately 800 employees covering a full range of services and positions, from accountants to wastewater treatment system operators.
"I am honored to come to work every day and work with such a smart, dedicated team. Our staff is committed to providing the highest level of service to our community, which shows with how many employees we recognized for their service here today," added CEO Alison Lehman.
Chris De Nijs
Ruby Jean De Quiroz