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DILL: County Planner Sullivan Always Went Extra Mile
LETTER from MAUREEN DILL

County Planner Sullivan

Always Went Extra Mile

To the Editor:

Karen Sullivan

Karen Sullivan and her predecessor Terry Bliss were amazing leaders and expert planners. Otsego County was lucky to have them.

I had the pleasure of knowing and working with them during my role as flood recovery coordinator from 2006 to 2008 and, as I recall, it was through Karen’s efforts that flood victims who had lost their homes to the flood were able to benefit from funds from a state grant.

Karen always went the extra mile!

I, for one, will miss her and wish her the very best in her future endeavors.

MAUREEN DILL
Morris

Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful Honors County Planning Director Karen Sullivan

Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful Honors

County Planning Director Karen Sullivan

 Karen Sullivan, Otsego County planning director, is presented with the 2015 Distinguished Service Award by the Robert Albrecth, chairman of the Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful Board of Directors, during a Wednesday, March 25, ceremony at a luncheon at Francesca’s Banquet Hall, Ilion.  Eighteen 18 individuals, municipalities, and organizations were recognized for their efforts to support sustainable practices and policies. Those who beautified public spaces and waterways, developed recycling programs, improved the quality of life in their neighborhood, led municipal planning efforts, organized citizen action groups, or established programs that educated others in the principles of sustainability were among the awardees.
Karen Sullivan, Otsego County planning director, is presented with the 2015 Distinguished Service Award by the Robert Albrecth, chairman of the Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful Board of Directors, during a Wednesday, March 25, ceremony at a luncheon at Francesca’s Banquet Hall, Ilion. Eighteen 18 individuals, municipalities, and organizations were recognized for their efforts to support sustainable practices and policies. Those who beautified public spaces and waterways, developed recycling programs, improved the quality of life in their neighborhood, led municipal planning efforts, organized citizen action groups, or established programs that educated others in the principles of sustainability were among the awardees.

 

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