Elected Official Award
Once again, we are given an opportunity to present a token of our appreciation to an “Elected Official”. What is this award and what does it have to do with me? All of us can point to the Mayor, Alderperson, Councilman, Trustee or County Board Supervisor that makes our jobs a nightmare. They think we have too many employees, our budget is too high, the grass isn’t cut and some constituent isn’t getting the service they think they need. But every once in a while, we come across an official that is in tune with what we are all about.
These “officials” have constructive comments; they listen to our problems and concerns and try to help. They go to bat for our budgets and programs. They are our partners in the development of community projects. Sometimes these projects are their own, but they fit in and are not self-serving. They work with us and make our lives a little easier.
We are not merely looking for officials that have sponsored big projects. We can use this award to thank and recognize all of those officials who are partners in providing the Parks and Recreation programs to the members of our communities.
The Nomination form has been simplified. It asks for the nominee’s position, background, issues addressed or projects pursued, and the impact made on the community.
Elected Official Award Recipients
|2017||Ken Bukowski, Ashwaubenon Village Trustee||2009||Sharon Jaeger, Village of Weston|
|2016||N/A||2008||Gary Herzberg, Village of Waunakee Trustee|
|2015||Jim Kreuser, Kenosha County Executive||2007||Tammy Baldwin, US Representative Congress|
|2014||Daniel Vrakas, Waukesha County Executive||2006||Kenneth Miller, Washington County Board|
|2013||Mayor Walsh, City of De Pere||2005||N/A|