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Posted on: February 25, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Outstanding service recognized

Tangi, Michael honored

Feb. 24, 2022

The Southeast Sun

Photo by Caroline Quattlebaum

Two city of Enterprise employees were recognized at the Enterprise City Council meeting Feb. 16 for providing exemplary service. Water Department Billing and Accounting Coordinator Michael Bryant and E-911 Administrative Assistant Tangi Hill,were presented the “Extra Mile Awards” by Enterprise Mayor William “Bill” Cooper. “They have stepped up many times outside the realm of their job duties to help fill in the gaps and assist with other offices and departments in the city without hesitation,” Cooper said. “Tangi and Michael, we wanted to show you how much such honest, caring and dedicated employees such as yourselves are appreciated.” From left, are Bryant, Cooper, Hill and Enterprise City Councilman Eugene Goolsby.

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