Snyder receives Award for Local Government Excellence
LOCK HAVEN — Clinton County Commissioner Jeffrey Snyder is among municipalities and government officials honored for their dedication and commitment to strengthen their communities and better serve their residents.
Gov. Tom Wolf and Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin announced the recipients of the 2021 Governor’s Awards for Local Government Excellence.
Snyder was nominated by the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) for the honor.
“After being faced with an unprecedented pandemic that impacted communities across the state, this year’s awards truly speak to and honor the resilience and proactive efforts of the inspiring Pennsylvania community leaders and groups that we are celebrating today,” said Sec. Davin. “From tackling homelessness, to addressing limited personal protective equipment supplies for older adults and students’ access to online education, and more, these projects have brought critical services and assistance to residents in need statewide and in many cases position communities for long term success in their project areas.”
Ten communities, five organizations, and eight individuals from across the commonwealth were recognized for excellent service as part of the 25th Annual Governor’s Awards for Local Government Excellence.