GENESEO, N.Y., May 10, 2023 – Livingston County is proud to celebrate the hard work and dedication of its employees and honor those who serve within their community on a daily basis as part of National Public Service Recognition Week.
Celebrated each year in May, Public Service Recognition Week applauds those who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees. Throughout the country, mayors, governors, administrators, board members, agency leaders and employees, communities and public service organizations work diligently toward improving the quality of lives of citizens by building and implementing impactful initiatives and programming, applying for grant funding, spreading awareness for different events and projects, revitalizing downtown areas and stimulating local economies, spurring tourism and much more.
“I’m extremely grateful for the work that Livingston County employees undertake each and every day,” said Livingston County Administrator, Ian Coyle. “Their ability to work closely with both public and private entities on a wide array of projects has positioned our communities to be among the most innovative in the state and beyond. I’m proud of their continued efforts to make Livingston County a great place to live, work and play.”
Livingston County employees, and the programs they help to bring to fruition, are continually recognized for their accomplishments and innovative strategies on local, regional and national levels. Recently, the County held its inaugural Employee Appreciation Week where its workforce enjoyed a week-long celebration that included luncheons, recognition at a Board of Supervisors meeting, acknowledgements across social media and more.
Today, there are over 20 million public sector employees in the United States, making it one of the country’s largest employment sectors.
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About Livingston County:
Founded in 1821, Livingston County, N.Y., is comprised of more than 61,000 residents in 17 towns located across 631 square miles of the Finger Lakes region.