Employees recognized for years of service

Chief Administrative Officer Michael Leonard, on behalf of Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich, recently recognized 27 employees for their years of service during a longevity awards presentation at Biloxi City Hall.

Those recognized were:

35 years of service: Adam Kozlowski, Public Works Department

30 years of service: Anthony Murphy and Anthony Shook, Fire Department

25 years of service: Klint Krieger, Police Department

20 years of service: Christopher De Back and Michael Wheeler, Police Department

15 years of service: Jill Moore, Parks & Recreation Department

10 years of service: Frederick Mannino, Administration Department; Christopher Bellais, Fire Department; and Melvin Bethea, Tashia Foxworth, and Gaius Medley, Parks & Recreation Department

Five years of service: Deborah Cuevas, Administration; Clint Fore and Bryan Wallace, Police Department; and James Booker, Howard Griffith, Alicia Kimble, Frank Lassere, Charles McClantoc, Dianne Merrill, Linda Phillips, Bryan Reville, Dawn Sullivan, Joshua Thomas, Paul Thompson, and John White, Public Works Department

The presentation took place during the Jan. 29 Biloxi City Council meeting. Employee longevity awards are presented quarterly.
Photo: See an image of those present during the meeting


News & notes: Podcast, registration, traffic

Trees and more: Carroll Campbell and Bernie Marinovich, leaders of the Biloxi Tree Committee, discuss the role of the city-appointed committee in this week’s City Desk podcast. To listen to the 30-minute program – yes, 30 minutes – click here.

Biloxi baseball and softball registration: The Biloxi Parks & Recreation Department will hold its second round of registration for youth baseball and softball on Saturday at the Donal M. Snyder Sr. Community Center, 2520 Pass Road, from 9 a.m. to noon.  For more details and to view the flyer, click here

Traffic: See the latest on road work and traffic throughout the city in Traffic Update, published online each day by the city’s Engineering Department. To see the update, along with links to MDOT traffic cameras and Gulf Regional Planning Commission traffic counts, click here.