Carson City employees recognized for service

Left to right: Daniel Kastens, parks operations manager (10 years); Renay Lapaille, juvenile detention shift supervisor (10 years); Terrance Swanson, senior street technician (10 years); Gary Wood, street technician 3 (10 years); Casey Drews, fire prevention inspector 2 (5 years); Mayor Lori Bagwell; Fire Chief Sean Slamon; Supervisor Stacey Giomi; Supervisor Maurice White; Supervisor Stan Jones; and Supervisor Lisa Schuette.

Left to right: Daniel Kastens, parks operations manager (10 years); Renay Lapaille, juvenile detention shift supervisor (10 years); Terrance Swanson, senior street technician (10 years); Gary Wood, street technician 3 (10 years); Casey Drews, fire prevention inspector 2 (5 years); Mayor Lori Bagwell; Fire Chief Sean Slamon; Supervisor Stacey Giomi; Supervisor Maurice White; Supervisor Stan Jones; and Supervisor Lisa Schuette.

Every month, the Carson City Board of Supervisors recognizes city employees by awarding certificates for different lengths of service.
On Sept. 15, five individuals were recognized from various departments. Hitting his five-year mark was Fire Prevention Inspector 2 Casey Drews. Four other employees were recognized for 10 years of service: Parks Operations Manager Daniel Kastens, Juvenile Detention Shift Supervisor Renay Lapaille, Senior Street Technician Terrance Swanson, and Street Technician Three Gary Wood.
The certificates were presented by the board. Mayor Lori Bagwell joked that those who’ve put in five years must put in at least 20 more. She invited not only department heads up to celebrate with the employees, but fellow employees as well. The board room at the community center filled with workers from public works, parks and recreation, and the fire department, among others.

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