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2021 HURRICANE season begins to hit peak - make plans for it now! :

9/1/2021
Although the Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, we are now entering the peak of the season. With the Atlantic churning up more and more powerful storms, it is as important as ever to be prepar... (Learn more)

Free FLU SHOT clinic on October 6, but must register by 09/22 :

8/24/2021
Employees, Retirees & Family members with County health insurance can get a FREE flu shot at the Kent County Administrative Complex in Room 220 on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.... (Read more)

Face Masks REQUIRED for County visitors & unvaccinated staff :

8/18/2021
Levy Court has endorsed a phased response approach to the resurgence of COVID-19 in the community. Effective immediately (08/19/21), all visitors to Kent County facilities must wear a face covering an... (Read more)

Earn $150 at Oct. 6 BIOMETRIC SCREENING. Register by 09/22 :

8/13/2021
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 6, 2021 for the Annual FREE On-site Biometric Screening. The biometric screening will qualify for a $150 wellness benefit from Delaware Valley Insurance Trus... (Learn more)

Property tax bills can generate QUESTIONS for County employees :

8/2/2021
Property tax bills are mailed out in early August each year and taxes are due on September 30. Invariably, County employees are asked by relatives, neighbors, and/or strangers why their “County taxes... (Read more)

Newspaper to publish Kent County EMPLOYEE PAY for 2020 :

7/22/2021
Kent County recently replied to a Freedom of Information Act request from the News Journal newspaper seeking the names, titles, department & sub-department, and wages (salaries, bonuses, & overtime) o... (Read more)

With Delta variant spreading, SUMMER COLD could be COVID :

7/21/2021
While the State of Emergency declaration in Delaware ended on July 13, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are not over. The infection rate for the COVID-19 “delta” variant is skyrocketing - mostly a... (Read more)

Kent County employees IMPROVED WELLNESS efforts in 2020 :

7/16/2021
DVHT has released the 2020 Wellness Program Report which highlights the progress toward a culture of health at Kent County Levy Court. This information will help staff evaluate employees’ and their s... (Learn more)

HAPPY NEW YEAR! July 1 marks Kent County's new fiscal year :

7/1/2021
Happy New Year! Fiscal Year 2022 started July 1, 2021, which means the new Kent County budget is in effect. The new financial plan adopted by Levy Court in late April is similar to 2021, with seve... (Read more)

Continue to be VIGILANT to avoid COVID/Delta variant infection :

6/22/2021
Honestly, everyone wants the pandemic to be over, but COVID-19 variants continue to threaten the unvaccinated and persons with an immune deficiency. Research indicates that individuals fully vaccinate... (Read more)

SAVE YOUR IDENTITY - Be alert for fraudulent UI claims & scams :

3/19/2021
Kent County has received several notices recently that are indicative of probable fraudulent unemployment insurance claims and a fraudulent direct deposit request. A few of these notices often contai... (Learn more)

Earn CASH INCENTIVES for 2021 wellness program participation :

2/4/2021
Earn cash incentives by completing certain covered wellness programs available to Kent County health insurance program participants through the Delaware Valley Health Trust Wellness team in 2021. All... (Learn more)

DVHT wellness program SCORES success with REWARDS! :

9/8/2021
Since its inception in 2008, the Delaware Valley Health Trust Wellness Program has evolved to meet the needs of Health Trust membership as new science and trends emerge to create the best experience p... (Learn more)

Understanding the LONG TERM effects of Covid & Delta variant :

8/31/2021
It’s been more than a year since the pandemic began, and we continue to learn more about the short- and long-term health effects of COVID-19. Although most people get better within weeks, some people ... Learn more

As the Weather HEATS UP, Look Out for Heat-Induced Illness! :

6/14/2021
Extremely high or unusually hot temperatures can affect your health. On average, more than 600 deaths from extreme heat events occur each year in the United States. Most vulnerable are the elderly, th... (Learn more)

With HIGHER TEMPS-Dress for summer with eye toward guidelines :

6/14/2021
With the advent of summer, annual heat waves with 90-100 degree temperatures have begun, so many Kent County employees may be adjusting their work wardrobe as temperatures soar - but don’t go too far.... (Read more)

Rx web search can DISPENSE big SAVINGS for health plan! :

3/2/2021
According to a recent Delaware Valley Health Trust/Aetna premium renewal estimate, the prescription portion of Kent County’s premium is likely to increase 9% beginning July 1. Not surprisingly, the c... (Read more)

FREE financial planning webinars available monthly from ICMA-RC :

2/3/2021
ICMA-RC’s Certified Financial Planner™ professionals provide clear and personalized guidance to those who serve our communities toward a more secure and confident financial future. Free webinars avai... (Learn more)

FY2022 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - HIGH plan PPO 100%/80% (July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022) 

 

FY2022 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - Medicare Supplement PPO $0 plan (July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022) 

 

FY2022 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - LOW plan PPO 90%/70% (July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022)

 

Aetna HRA explanation to Providers*

 

DVHT - VBA Vision Benefits & Discount Program: Acct#5519

 

DVHT/Aetna - Telemedicine from TELADOC now available (855) 835-2362

 

DVHT Wellness Benefits Summary - 2021

 

Aetna Precertification List (Procedures, programs, Rx requiring prior approval)

 

2021 Prescription Drug Coverage & MEDICARE notice (Creditable coverage)

 

*Delaware Sexual Harassment NOTICE*

 

FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT poster

  

Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Plan & Assessment Report (IVY)

 

Diversity & Inclusion Study Overview presentation to Levy Court - 05/07/19

 

Aetna/DVHT Plan Documents - HIGH plan PPO 100%/80% 

Aetna/DVHT Plan Documents - Medicare Supplement PPO $0

 

FY2021 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - HIGH plan PPO 100%/80% (July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021) 

FY2021 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - Medicare Supplement PPO $0 plan (July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021) 

FY2021 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - LOW plan PPO 90%/70% (July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021)

 

FY2020 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - HIGH plan PPO 100%/80% (eff. July 1, 2019)

FY2020 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - Medicare Supplement PPO $0 plan (eff. July 1, 2019)

FY2020 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - LOW plan PPO 90%/70% (eff. July 1, 2019) 

 

FY2019 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - HIGH plan PPO 100%/80% (eff. July 1, 2018)

FY2019 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - Medicare Supplement PPO $0 plan (eff. July 1, 2018)

FY2019 Aetna/DVHT Summary of Benefits & Coverage - LOW plan PPO 90%/70% (eff. July 1, 2018)

 

DVHT - Aetna Open Choice PPO/HRA (High)  plan summary (eff. July 1, 2018)

DVHT - Aetna Open Choice PPO/HRA (LOW) plan summary (eff. July 1, 2018)

DVHT - Medicare Supplement/Aetna Open Choice PPO plan summary (eff. July 1, 2018)

 

DOT - Commercial Driver License Drug Testing (January 1, 2018) 

 

2020 Annual Medicare & Prescription Drug Coverage Notice for 2021 

2019 Annual Medicare & Prescription Drug Coverage Notice

2018 Annual Medicare & Prescription Drug Coverage Notice 

2017 Annual Medicare & Prescription Drug Coverage Notice

 

SunLife Basic Life Insurance Policy (Effective 07/01/17)

SunLife Basic AD&D Insurance Policy (Effective 07/01/17) 

SunLife Basic Long Term Disability Insurance Policy (Effective 07/01/17)

SunLife Voluntary Life Insurance Policy (Effective 07/01/17)

SunLife Voluntary AD&D Insurance Policy (Effective 07/01/17)

SunLife Retiree Life Insurance Policy (Effective 07/01/17)

 

Highmark BCBS HRA explanation to Providers*

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage - HIGH plan (06/01/17 - 06/30/18)

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage - LOW plan (06/01/17 - 06/30/18)

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage - HIGH plan (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017)

Highmark BCBS EPO 100% (HIGH) Benefits Booklet 2016-17 

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage - LOW plan (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017)

Highmark BCBS EPO 90% (LOW) Benefits Booklet 2016-17 

Highmark BCBS Special Medicfill Benefits Booklet 2016-17

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016)

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage (July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015)

Highmark Summary of Benefits (July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015)

Highmark Summary of Benefits & Coverage (PPACA): July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014

Waiver Form BCBS

Health Insurance Marketplace Notice

 

Delta Dental Benefits Coverage & Form - Acct# 01232

Dental Opt Out Changes & Form

HIPAA Notice (Delta Dental)

Financial Privacy Notice (Delta Dental)

 

IRS Notice to Employees Eliglble to Participate (Pension Plan)

 

Classification, Compensation & Benefits Study 2015

 

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Kent County Department Heads have selected PATRICIA M. ORONA from the Recorder of Deeds office as the September 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Pat serves as the Deed Clerk III and has worked for Kent County since September 1995.  Her primary duties include supervision of assigned staff and assisting attorneys and the public with the satisfaction of mortgages, tax liens and corporation papers required to be recorded as well as other types of legal documents. Pat was previously recognized as the Employee of the Month in March 1990 when she was a Deed Clerk II. 

 

Local attorneys and title searchers have come to rely on Pat for her expertise and willingness to help. No matter who the customer is Pat will work tirelessly to help find the correct documentation to satisfy an old mortgage or help educate them on the process involved with transferring property from one party to another. 

 

According to Recorder of Deeds, BettyLou McKenna, “Pat Orona is one of Kent County’s longtime and most valuable employees, definitely a team player with loads of knowledge about the deeds office and the other county departments as well. With more than 20 years of employment with Kent County, Pat has helped thousands of visitors to the County and goes above and beyond her specified duties to make sure they get where they need to go and to whom they need to see. Pat is pleasant and courteous to the customers both at the counter and on the phone at all times.”

 

          Congratulations Patty on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected JAMES M. GERARDI from the Department of Public Works as the August 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Jim serves as Maintenance Supervisor in the Division of Wastewater Facilities and has worked for Kent County since July 2006.  His primary duty is to supervise 13 Maintenance Mechanics in the completion of various wastewater collection system maintenance tasks including installation and repair of operating pumps, valves, electrical controls, piping, and any other integral components in wastewater operations. Jim was previously recognized as the Employee of the Month in June 2010 when he was a Maintenance Mechanic III.  

 

According to supervisors, Jim was instrumental in coordinating with subcontractors, DelDOT and employees during a recent restoration project involving 5 deteriorating manholes located within paved highway rights of way across the County. He also recently directed maintenance staff work for the north aeration basin project at the Regional Resource Recovery Facility including reinstallation of the aeration lines and diffusers.

 

According to Public Works Director Diana Golt, “Jim has an incredible work ethic and steps up each time a major project needs manpower or an emergency situation develops such as a force man break. His leadership and communication skills have proven vital for timely completion of these and many other projects. He truly is an asset to Kent County.”

 

          Congratulations Jim on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected ROSE M. WURZEL from the Register of Wills Office as the July 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Rose started with Kent County in July 2011 as a Clerk-Typist in the Economic Development Office and transferred to the Wills Clerk II position in the Wills Office in August 2020. Her primary duties include greeting the public, answering the telephone, and cross indexing and filing correspondence and legal documents. Rose is also responsible for entering copious amounts of data into the computerized records system and maintaining will and estate records for the Office.  

Supervisors report that Rose is very thorough and receives many compliments on her ability to assist departments or the general public in researching information.

 

According to Kent County Register of Wills Harold K. Brode, “Rose is extremely organized and a great addition to this Office. She is always eager to learn and welcomes change whenever necessary. Rose’s selection as Employee of the Month is an honor she well deserves.”

 

          Congratulations Rose on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected GINA N. HAMILTON from the Department of Finance as the June 2021 Employee of the Month. 

 

Gina currently serves as a Tax Clerk III in the Tax Office and has worked for Kent County since June 2016, when she was hired as an entry level Tax Clerk I.  Her primary duties include serving as team leader and assisting with training of new Tax Office staff as well as overseeing the monitions process for collecting delinquent taxes and sewer, preparing and submitting daily bank deposits, verifying tax and sewer account payments for accuracy and proper account application, managing the mortgage company escrow correspondence, assisting the Sheriff’s Office by providing account information for Mortgage Foreclosures, and prepares and submitting  refund requests for over payments on tax accounts, among other duties.

 

According to Director of Finance Susan Durham, “Gina is extremely organized and works diligently through the cumbersome Monitions process. She is what we like to call our “Resident Tax Expert” and assists all staff with more complex account issues. She is always eager to learn and welcomes change whenever necessary. Her selection as Employee of the Month is an honor Gina well deserves.” 

 

          Congratulations Gina on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected JASON P. COURTNEY from the Department of Community Services as the May 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Jason serves as Parks Maintenance Supervisor in the Division of Parks & Recreation and has been a full-time Kent County employee since January 2002.  His primary duty is to supervise Parks Workers in the completion of various park maintenance tasks including cutting grass, general landscaping, maintaining equipment, inspecting and clearing trails, etc. and to coordinate construction of numerous park improvements. Jason was previously recognized as the Employee of the Month in June 2011 when he was a Parks Worker III.  

 

Jason was originally hired 20 years ago as a casual seasonal Parks Worker for the summer of 2001. He went to full time the following January, and has worked his way up the career ladder until being promoted to his current position in 2016. Since then, he has continued to work tirelessly to maintain County parks, especially Brecknock County Park, in pristine condition for visitors and the Kent County community to enjoy.

 

According to Director of Community Services Jeremy Sheppard, “Jason has shown excellent leadership skills coordinating park maintenance services over the past year during the pandemic. He worked hard to keep park facilities sanitized in order to stay open, worked with a depleted summer staff, handled the cleanup of Tidbury Park after the tornado last August, and continues to coordinate park projects. Jason’s passion for maintaining Kent County’s parkland can be clearly seen.”

 

          Congratulations Jason on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected VANESSA L. LAUGHMAN from the Office of the Kent County Recorder of Deeds as the April 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Vanessa has served Kent County Deputy Recorder of Deeds since December 2019 and is responsible for performance of all duties required of the Recorder of Deeds in her absence including supervision of employees, and the accurate recording of deeds, mortgages, and other documents as required by Delaware Code.

         

Before joining Kent County, Vanessa worked in member services at the Delaware State Police Federal Credit Union after more than 37 years as a civilian employee for Delaware State Police retiring in 2017 as an Administrative Specialist for the Training Academy.  Vanessa has utilized her customer service skills and techniques learned working in the State Police human resource area to develop positive working relationships and improve office efficiencies.

 

According to Kent County Recorder of Deeds Betty Lou McKenna, “Vanessa is doing a great job. She has learned how to perform the duties of every position in the office and really has great enthusiasm for Kent County. After just a short time, I am very impressed by how well Vanessa works with her co-workers in the office and from other departments. She is very deserving of this honor.

 

Congratulations Vanessa on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected KELLY D. PITTS from the Department of Administration as the March 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Kelly has served Kent County as the Public Information Officer since October 2017
and is responsible for media relations and assisting the County Administrator in planning and implementing various programs and projects. 


Kelly is the point person with the local news media and has significantly elevated the County’s social media presence with consistent public messaging on Facebook and Twitter. She deftly handles the various media outlets with the utmost professionalism. Kelly also has primary responsibility for the County’s public relations efforts including special events like ribbon cuttings, tributes, and Safe Summer Day; special projects like Youth in Government Day, the decennial U.S. Census, and Covid-19 testing/vaccination awareness; and localized emergencies like sewer line breaks and tornados. In addition, she manages compliance with the Freedom of Information Act requests and publication of the quarterly Kent County Levy Court Community Newsletter.

 

According to County Administrator Michael Petit de Mange, “Kelly Pitts is a true
public relations professional who operates at a very high level in the public interest and consistently exceeds expectations. Since joining the County in 2017, Kelly has worked hard to advance public awareness of Kent County services and initiatives, to promptly address citizen inquiries, and to ensure quality and reliability in our communications”, he said. “We are very fortunate to have Kelly as an essential member of our Management Team and we’re pleased to honor her as the Kent County Employee of the Month for March 2021”.


Congratulations Kelly on a job well done! 

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Kent County Department Heads have selected BRANDON L. OLENIK from the Department of Public Safety as the February 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Brandon has been a Kent County employee in his current role as Administrative Officer for the Emergency Management Division since January 2014. Prior to that he served as a 9-1-1 Dispatcher for nine years and along the way earned his Associates degree in Homeland Security & Emergency Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Safety Administration. His primary duties include assisting with planning the evacuation routes and providing shelter for persons during a natural or manmade disaster, preparing and administering grants in support of emergency services/homeland security programs, participating and assisting in emergency services drills and exercises, maintaining readiness of the Emergency Operations Center; and related activities.

 

          In addition, Brandon serves as the County’s Safety Officer responsible for safety inspections and investigating serious incidents resulting in injury or loss and making recommendations to prevent future claims. As such he has been a valuable resource for the Delaware Founders Insurance Trust’s (DFIT) Safety Committee by organizing meetings and training sessions for the large group representing many local governments.

 

          According to Public Safety Director Colin Faulkner, “With my attention focused recently on the pandemic response, Brandon has become an integral part of the vendor interface and update of the federally mandated All Hazards Mitigation Plan and Kent Emergency Operations Plan. He also plays a critical role in damage assessment for DEMA/FEMA often resulting in partial reimbursement for local disasters, such as the recent tornado spawned by Tropical Storm Isaias. He has consistently proven to be an invaluable asset to our public safety team.”

 

Congratulations Brandon on a job well done! 

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Kent County Department Heads have selected MARY R. HAZELWOOD from the Department of Administration as the January 2021 Employee of the Month.

 

Mary has been a Kent County employee since October 2007 and holds the position of Network Specialist II in the Information Technology Office. Her primary duties include maintaining computer systems, applications, security, and network configurations; troubleshooting computer network-related issues; configuring new desktop/laptop computers and software applications; and supporting the County’s multi-vendor enterprise LAN/WAN infrastructure. She was previously honored in 2012 and was ultimately named Employee of the Year!

 

          Mary selection this time is primarily in recognition for her outstanding efforts completing the various supervisory and work tasks assigned to the vacant Network Administrator position. Since April, she has successfully performed her own normal duties, while also completing and leading highly technical I.T. projects. During her tenure, including 5 years as a contracted ACS employee, Mary has earned a reputation for being able to communicate complex computer processes in “non-techie” terms.  She has an exceptional ability to visualize the County’s vast network of servers, computers, printers, etc. and figure out how each component is interconnected.

 

          According to Information Technology Director Kim Crouch “Mary continues to maintain the I.T. network at optimum levels and complete her regular daily tasks.  She along with her counterpart has provided the necessary leadership to initiate and complete numerous projects.  Mary’s dedication, insightfulness, and approachability make her a valuable member of the I.T. team.”

 

Congratulations Mary on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected CHRISTIAN G. WHITE of the Sheriff’s Office as the December 2020 Employee of the Month.

 

Chris serves as Chief Deputy Sheriff in the Office of the Kent Country Sheriff and has been a Kent County employee since May 2008. His primary duties include service of court-ordered subpoenas; maintaining records of service; conducting property inventory for scheduled sales; assisting in the sale of property; and as Chief Deputy supporting the Sheriff with supervising office staff and activities. Chris was previously recognized as the Employee of the Month in November 2013.  

 

Chris is a retired City of Dover police officer and is highly regarded for his professionalism and positive attitude. He uses his skills to deescalate tense situations when serving a subpoena or summons or inventorying personal property to settle a judgment.  Earlier this year when the County Complex was closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he cleverly suggested use of a surplus Emergency Services vehicle parked out front with partially opened windows as a secure temporary drop off point for various documents such as site plans, building or sewer permit applications, deeds, tax & sewer payments, and job applications.

 

According to Sheriff Brian E. Lewis, “Chris does an excellent job as my Chief Deputy. No matter what the task, I can count on him to be there. He and his fellow deputies are highly trained individuals capable of handling any situation. Chris is a fine example of the high quality employees working for Kent County and he is very deserving of this honor.”

 

Congratulations Chris on a job well done!

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Kent County Department Heads have selected KAITLYN M. SCHECH from the Department of Community Services as the November 2020 Employee of the Month.

 

Kaitlyn serves as a Recreation Program Supervisor I in the Parks & Recreation Division and has worked for Kent County since September 2017.  Her primary duties include organizing and coordinating recreational programs and leagues at the Recreation Center, various County parks and other locations.

 

Kaitlyn is responsible for greatly expanding KCPR’s youth soccer program by leading efforts to combine youth recreational players from a local club and those enrolling in Kent County’s recreation program. Earlier this year, this combination of programs resulted in 175 sign-ups for Spring Soccer. Unfortunately, it was all cut short one week into the season by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Working through the summer, Kaitlyn was able to coordinate a safe return for Fall Soccer, which currently has 130 youth involved. Play has continued and the vision of the Kent Youth Soccer League (KYSL) is taking shape. Kaitlyn works tirelessly coordinating with uniform suppliers, volunteer coaches, local soccer resources, officials groups, park staff, and front office staff for registration purposes.

 

According to Community Service Director Jeremy Sheppard, “Kaitlyn is a thoughtful worker with a powerful inner drive to make programs better. Her passion for youth soccer led the way for the program merger last spring and now to fruition in the fall. She successfully managed a detailed safe return plan for youth soccer and the Kent County community is better for it.”

 

Congratulations Kaitlyn on a job well done! 

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 Kent County Department Heads have selected CORDAE A. SHOWELL from the Department of Public Works as the October 2020 Employee of the Month.

  

          Cordae has been a Kent County employee since December 2018 and holds the position of Heavy Equipment Operator I in the Wastewater Facilities Division. His primary duties include operating heavy equipment at the Regional Resource Recovery Facility, and transporting and land applying highly prized processed biosolids - Kentorganite to area farms.

 

           Cordae is praised by supervisors for his dependability and conscientiousness. His work ethic is matched only by his enthusiasm for the important work.

 

More recently, Cordae had a vital role in Kent County’s physical effort to help Dover area property owners clean-up unprecedented tornado damage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias. Cordae along with the rest of the County’s clean-up team worked diligently to remove the debris by operating a large wheeled excavator.

 

According to Public Works Director Diana Golt, “Since his first day, Cordae has been an exemplary employee. His quiet demeanor and calm attitude have been a pleasant addition. He shows up each day with a smile on his face, ready to tackle whatever job is in front of him. His attitude and dedication makes him a perfect candidate for this honor”

 

Congratulations Cordae on a job well done! 

 

 

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KRISANNE MILEY

 

Kent County Employee Council selected and Kent County Levy Court has honored KRISANNE MILEY from the Department of Finance as the 2020 Employee of the Year!

 

KrisAnne has been a Kent County employee since July 2018 and holds the position of Accountant III in the general fund Accounting section. She has a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from University of Pittsburgh and earned a Master’s degree in accounting from Wilmington University in 2016.  Before joining the County, she worked as a State Auditor in the Delaware Office of Auditor of Accounts.

 

KrisAnne’s primary duties include reviewing and approving all submitted capital project expenditures, managing NSP, EMPG, & Library Standards grant fund draws, monitoring contracts for compliance with terms and expiration, and she has taken the lead role for COVID-19 grant application review and submission. In addition, she has helped organize end of year documents and transfer them for proper storage.

 

According to Finance Director Susan Durham, “KrisAnne has impressed everybody since she started work here. She is very detail oriented and extremely thorough with a keen eye for complete documentation. She has helped take our grant reimbursement process to the next level by working to maximize return where possible. She continuously seeks new challenges and went the extra mile whenever COVID-19 impacted County operations.”

 

Congratulations KrisAnne!

 

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