December 17, 2009
The City of Woodland City Council annually presents Community Service Awards, the City's highest honor, to select individuals with a distinguished record of public service to the Woodland community. The City is now accepting suggestions from the public of candidates to be considered for the 2010 Award. You and/or your organization are encouraged to submit one or more names for consideration.
Selection criteria for the Community Service Award is:
• Community leadership
• Demonstrated, selfless service to the community
• Initiated an important ongoing project or program in the community
• Interest in varied activities
• Dependability in completing assignments
A City Council appointed Nominating Committee will consider names of potential award candidates and provide the Council with nominations for the Council’s review and approval. Usually three Community Service Awards are made each year. The Nominating Committee will conduct its work in late January/early February. The City Council will present the Awards at an event, open to the public, in the spring.
To submit a name for consideration complete a Suggested Candidate Form, and return it to Mayor Skip Davies at Woodland City Hall, City Manager’s Office, 300 First Street, Woodland, CA 95695 no later than Friday, January 29, 2010. Names of candidates suggested in previous years will be reconsidered this year; however, names may also be resubmitted to supply additional or updated information.
Forms are available at City Hall, City Manager’s Office or by calling 661-5800 during normal business hours or on the City of Woodland website at www.cityofwoodland.org.
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