Public works employee honored


Rodney Chappell, left, is shown receiving a plaque recognizing his selection as Mount Airy’s Public Works Employee of the Year from City Engineer Mitch Williams. Chappell received that honor during a recent meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. He has been a municipal employee since 2004, starting in the streets division. Chappell later transferred to Reeves Community Center and now is with the sanitation unit serving as assistant sanitation supervisor and roll-off driver for industrial businesses. The award recipient, who was lauded for his hard work and good attitude, has been married for 19 years and has two children.


Rodney Chappell, left, is shown receiving a plaque recognizing his selection as Mount Airy’s Public Works Employee of the Year from City Engineer Mitch Williams. Chappell received that honor during a recent meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. He has been a municipal employee since 2004, starting in the streets division. Chappell later transferred to Reeves Community Center and now is with the sanitation unit serving as assistant sanitation supervisor and roll-off driver for industrial businesses. The award recipient, who was lauded for his hard work and good attitude, has been married for 19 years and has two children.

Rodney Chappell, left, is shown receiving a plaque recognizing his selection as Mount Airy’s Public Works Employee of the Year from City Engineer Mitch Williams. Chappell received that honor during a recent meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. He has been a municipal employee since 2004, starting in the streets division. Chappell later transferred to Reeves Community Center and now is with the sanitation unit serving as assistant sanitation supervisor and roll-off driver for industrial businesses. The award recipient, who was lauded for his hard work and good attitude, has been married for 19 years and has two children.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Rodney-Chappell.jpgRodney Chappell, left, is shown receiving a plaque recognizing his selection as Mount Airy’s Public Works Employee of the Year from City Engineer Mitch Williams. Chappell received that honor during a recent meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. He has been a municipal employee since 2004, starting in the streets division. Chappell later transferred to Reeves Community Center and now is with the sanitation unit serving as assistant sanitation supervisor and roll-off driver for industrial businesses. The award recipient, who was lauded for his hard work and good attitude, has been married for 19 years and has two children.
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