Thank you’s for winter roadwork appreciated

To the Editor,On behalf of the employees of the City of Tecumseh, thank you to the many individuals who took the time to acknowledge the hard work of our employees who worked tirelessly to keep the City streets clear of snow and ice during our recent weather. The employees, including the Public Works Department, Utility Department, Cemetery staff and Parks and Recreation Department worked closely together to make sure that the best possible job could be performed in the conditions we faced. Our equipment held up well as did our employees. I am especially proud of them and believe we had the best maintained streets in the region. Thank you everyone who recognized the work they do.Kevin WelchTecumseh City Manager

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