Government and Politics
April 25, 2018From: City Of Cambridge
Cambridge, MA,- City Manager Louis A. DePasquale is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Outstanding City Employee Award. The annual award recognizes a select number of employees for superior performance, positive attitude, hard work and dedication to public service. The recipients will be honored at a ceremony on Friday, May 11, at 9 a.m., in the Sullivan Chamber of Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue. All are welcome to attend.
The City Manager will also present an award in honor and memory of the late Brian Murphy, to a person who is committed to making government improve the lives of others.
Congratulations to our 2018 Outstanding City Employees:
Keplin Allwaters, Assistant City Solicitor, Law Department;
Melinda Camara, Fiscal Manager, Fire Department;
Louis Cherubino, Jr., Police Sergeant, Police Department;
Sandra Christie, Principal Clerk, City Clerk’s Office;
Keith Fay, Danehy Park Site Supervisor, Human Services Department;
Michelle Godfrey, Site Director/Center for Families, Human Services Department;
Muna Kangsen, Program & Event Coordinator, Library;
Jennifer Lawrence, Sustainability/Associate Planner, Community Development Department;
James Rebello, Water System Maintenance Dispatcher, Water Department;
Rainier Rosado, Parking Control Supervisor, Traffic, Parking & Transportation Department;
Tracy Rose-Tynes, Clinical Manager School Health Services, Public Health Department;
Charles Sullivan, Executive Director, Historical Commission;
Patricia Tuccinardi, Executive Assistant, Community Development Department.