Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Retiring city fleet worker saluted

By The Herald Staff | 6/20/2014

Ottawa city commissioners Wednesday morning recognized Lyle Posey for his 14 years of service to the city.

Posey, the city’s public works fleet management supervisor, plans to retire July 1.

Ottawa city commissioners Wednesday morning recognized Lyle Posey for his 14 years of service to the city.

Posey, the city’s public works fleet management supervisor, plans to retire July 1.

Bill Ramsey, the city’s interim public works director, thanked Posey for his service and said it was a sad day for the city because Posey was leaving the staff but a joyous day for Posey as he embarked on a new chapter in his life. He also thanked Posey’s wife, Liz, for her support of Posey through the years as he worked long and sometimes odd hours to ensure the city’s public works fleet was running smoothly.

Posey, who was presented with a plaque, thanked city commissioners for the privilege of working for the City of Ottawa for the past 14 years.

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