On the Jan. 4 assembly of the Yadkin County Commissioners, Yadkin County Detention Officer Sgt. Barry Daye was offered along with his Superior Coaching Certificates in addition to the Superior Service Award. Daye has served for greater than 28 years with the Yadkin County Detention Heart.
“It’s all the time an honor and a privilege to award these certificates to personnel which have gone the additional mile to point out the dedication and dedication to not solely their longevity of service but in addition their dedication to the occupation in persevering with to teach themselves each by means of school levels and in-service coaching,” Oliver stated.
He added that his workplace encourages all its employees to attempt to be a part of a extra skilled company to serve the general public.
In the course of the assembly the board voted to approve a grasp settlement with Garrett and Moore Inc. for Strong Waste Engineering companies. County Supervisor Lisa was accredited to enter into contract negotiations with Garett and Moore Inc for the Strong Waste Facility Undertaking. The primary process order of the mission, which is able to contain knowledge assortment, website go to and assembly and a conceptual design was additionally accredited.
Assistant County Supervisor Drew Hinkle stated the county’s strong waste website is in want of some updates to make it extra environment friendly and buyer pleasant. The size is want of restore or substitute and to presumably be moved to raised accommodate site visitors stream. A brand new metallic recycling space can also be wanted on the website to adjust to North Carolina Division of Environmental High quality Laws
“[Garrett and Moore] will study all of those features of the Strong Waste Facility, presenting options to enhance downside areas and enhance the general security and site visitors stream of Strong Waste Facility. By inspecting Strong Waste Facility as a complete, the County will have the ability to tackle every particular person space of concern, in addition to enhance the general facility for all people who use it,” stated Hinkle.
The County workplaces will likely be closed on Jan. 18 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. vacation. The subsequent assembly of the County Board of Commissioners is scheduled for Jan. 19 at 7 p.m.
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