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Council Staff Member Recognised for Long Service

Somerset Regional Council has recognised the efforts of employee, Mellenie Wheeler, for 10 years of service to Council.

Mrs Wheeler started with Esk Shire Council as a trainee and completed a Certificate III in Business Administration.

Two years later she became a records officer and has continued to work in this role since.

Somerset Mayor Graeme Lehmann congratulated Mrs Wheeler on attaining 10 years of service with Council.

Mellenie Wheeler is congratulated by Somerset Mayor Graeme Lehmann on her long service.


NB: Somerset Regional Council held its meeting on Wednesday, 26 October in the Simeon Lord Room at the Esk Library starting at 9am.


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