MALONE — The Malone Town Board accepted a proclamation recognizing the work of the town’s long-time code enforcement officer, Wednesday evening.
Robert Crossman, who retired after 20 years of working for the town, was recognized by the board, whose members proceed to adopt the proclamation as part of the evening’s meeting, in recognition of Crossman’s work on behalf of the town.
According to Town Supervisor Andrea Stewart, Crossman’s retirement became effective Friday, April 30.
Stewart said the town office hosted a luncheon celebrating Crossman’s retirement, Wednesday, at which point he was presented with the town’s proclamation.
The town board’s proclamation thanked Crossman for his work to promote the safety, health, and welfare of the town, and its citizens, congratulating Crossman on his retirement and expressing the board’s thanks for his 20 years of public service.
“Bob was a dedicated, well-trained, and highly responsible individual who took his job seriously and was proud of his office and the local government which he served,” the town’s proclamation said.
In addition to his work as code enforcement officer, the proclamation thanked Crossman for his work at town owned buildings.
“Bob aided in improving living conditions for residents and the appearance of neighborhoods as well as his diligence relating to work and repairs needed at the town offices,” the proclamation said.