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From left, Infrastructure Director Byron Landfair, Cindy Madrid from the Commission on Aging, Human Resource Director Bill Thalman, Cemetery Supervisor Mary Esquibel, City Warehouse employee Cammie Agour, Thomas Richards of the Artesia Police Department, APD Chief Don Raley and City Clerk Aubrey Hobson pose for a photo at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Esquibel was honored for 15 years of service with the City of Artesia, while Madrid, Agour and Richards were recognized for five years of service. Not pictured are Safety Coordinator Israel Barela and firefighter Jonathan L’Heureux, who were also recognized for five years of service. Rob Larson - Daily Press
From left, Infrastructure Director Byron Landfair, Cindy Madrid from the Commission on Aging, Human Resource Director Bill Thalman, Cemetery Supervisor Mary Esquibel, City Warehouse employee Cammie Agour, Thomas Richards of the Artesia Police Department, APD Chief Don Raley and City Clerk Aubrey Hobson pose for a photo at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Esquibel was honored for 15 years of service with the City of Artesia, while Madrid, Agour and Richards were recognized for five years of service. Not pictured are Safety Coordinator Israel Barela and firefighter Jonathan L’Heureux, who were also recognized for five years of service. Rob Larson - Daily Press

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