CAMA Presents Long Service Recognition Awards for 2018
Fredericton, NB (May 29, 2018) – Municipal administrators from across Canada have been recognized by the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrator’s (CAMA) with the association’s 2018 Long Service Recognition Awards.
The awards for 20, 25, 30, and 35-years of service were presented at a luncheon held as part of CAMA’s national conference taking place in Fredericton, NB. In total, 35 municipal administrators from across Canada were recognized.
“Working in the field of municipal administration can provide a long and fulfilling career,” said Janice Baker, president of CAMA and City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the City of Mississauga, ON. “Congratulations to each recipient for their years of service to local government.”
Letters of congratulations and recognition pins were mailed to municipal administrators having completed 10 and 15 years of municipal service in April 2018.
The breakdown of 2018 Long Services Awards is as follows: Ten Years of Service – 26 awards; Fifteen Years of Service – 14 awards; Twenty Years of Service – eight awards; Twenty-Five Years of Service – 13 awards; Thirty Years of Service – ten awards: and, Thirty Five Years of Service – three awards. For a complete list of the recipients, visit the CAMA website (www.camacam.ca).
CAMA’s Long Service Recognition Awards program, which was implemented in January 2011, is based on the number of years of full-time, paid employment in a local government in a management capacity, either as a Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) or reporting directly to a CAO.
The Long Service Recognition Awards are granted after ten years of service and are then given in five year increments. The Distinguished Member Award recognizes any CAMA member who has been in the position of a Chief Administrative Officer or City Manager position for 25-years or more, and who has been a CAMA member for at least 10 years.
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The Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) is a national, non-profit association open to all Chief Administrative Officers / City Managers and any person employed in a senior management position that reports directly to a CAO. With a membership of over 600 senior municipal employees from all parts of Canada, CAMA collectively represents more than 70% of the nation’s population. www.camacam.ca