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Grawe retires as town assessor

by yarger
Thu, Aug 8th 2019 12:40 pm
Pictured, at left, with the proclamation, from left, Town Attorney Matthew Brooks, Councilman Gil Doucet, MacSwan, Councilman Randy Retzlaff, Grawe, and councilmen Larry Helwig and Curt Doktor.
Pictured, at left, with the proclamation, from left, Town Attorney Matthew Brooks, Councilman Gil Doucet, MacSwan, Councilman Randy Retzlaff, Grawe, and councilmen Larry Helwig and Curt Doktor.

By David Yarger

Tribune Editor

That’s a wrap! Nothing further to report.

At Monday night’s Town of Wheatfield Town Board meeting, Assessor Brigette Grawe called it a career. 

The board made sure her success didn’t go unrecognized, though, as Supervisor Don MacSwan issued and read a proclamation for Grawe’s 30 years of service to Wheatfield. Grawe was greeted with an ovation from the heftily attended meeting. 

“I’ve known Brigette for years when I was building inspector,” MacSwan said. “I consider Brigette a great friend, as well as a great employee of the Town of Wheatfield.”

During the proclamation, MacSwan added, “Brigette Grawe has showed dedication and commitment to (the) town and its residents throughout her career. (She) has worked tirelessly for the residents of the Town of Wheatfield.”

MacSwan and the board then thanked Grawe for her years of service, and wished her the best in the future.

Above, MacSwan reads the proclamation next to Grawe, thanking her for her service to the Town of Wheatfield. (Photos by David Yarger)

 

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