Promptly acknowledge customers and co-workers with a smile and eye contact. Introduce Yourself.
Show the same level of courtesy and attention to all customers and co-workers, equally.
AUGUST EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
Nomination Letter: Anthony employed the standard of Attitude that should be exhibited by all of our City Employees. He let a customer know that he was important and carefully explained that his gas meter was registering correctly. He followed up with having the crew check for any leaks, which may have caused his bill to be more than what he thought it might be. Upon seeing the conditions under which these customers were living, he took the initiative to offer them alternative sources to help them cope with their utility and rent bills through our Section 8 housing program. For these reasons and his everyday good nature and willingness to help others Anthony Miller deserves a WOW.
JASON NAQUIN BLVD.
In conjunction with our Standards of Performance, the City of Thibodaux held a contest within our departments to see who could submit the most missing/faded street and stop signs throughout the city limits.
It was a close contest, but Cpl. Jason Naquin of the Thibodaux Police Department submitted the biggest list. CONGRATS!
'Jason Naquin Blvd.' sign will be displayed at the entrance off of Canal Blvd. leading to the Stark Municipal Complex for the month of September.
Congrats to those who received a WOW for last month!
Tammy Hebert, Danette Hebert, Richard Lamorie, Dale Benoit, Chris Berger, Ptn. Paul Lamkins, Sgt. Sammy Pruitt, Det. Arlene Rodriguez, t. Sherman Berry, Denise Kraemer, Glenn Burrell, and Stanley Walker
The Thibodaux City Council is meeting on Tuesday, August 17 at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall.
For your convenience, the Council agendas are posted on our website the Friday before each meeting. Past agendas are also available via website.