The Clay Street Cemetery Commission is looking for old photographs, burial records and historical information regarding the Clay Street Cemetery. If you have information you would like to share, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at (907) 459-6771 or by email at email@example.com. If you would like to meet with the Commission, they invite you to attend their regular meetings at City Hall, City Council Chambers, 800 Cushman Street, Fairbanks, AK on the first Wednesday of every month starting at 5:00 P.M.
Welcome Jill King! Jill began employment on Monday with the City of Fairbanks in the Human Resources Department as an Administrative Assistant.
Jill has lived in Alaska since 1990 and in Fairbanks since 1992. Originally from North Dakota and Montana, Jill came to Anchorage in 1990 where she met her husband, Larry. In 1992 she relocated to Fairbanks, where her husband was born and raised and where they have been raising their 11-year-old daughter, Megan. She loves spending time with her family and also enjoys being outdoors berry picking, gardening, and camping. In the winter she loves to read.
Jill has worked as an administrative assistant, purchasing agent, and program technician. She has a B.B.A. in Business Administration and an A.A.S. in Paralegal studies. She was lucky to take time away from the work force to spend time with her daughter, Megan. Jill’s most recent job was at the Fairbanks School District in the Career and Technical Education Department. She is looking forward to her latest adventure working for the City and getting to know her co-workers.
We were so fortunate to have Janey Hovenden at the City of Fairbanks for the many years that she worked here. Janey anticipated the needs of the residents and Council, was proactive in making changes to make processes more efficient, and was incredibly responsive to requests for help and information. As City Clerk, Janey’s meetings were always organized and top-notch.
Thank you, Janey! We wish you luck in your new endeavors.
Photo: Janey Hovenden received a gold pan from Mayor Eberhart and Council Members, as well as a standing ovation.
To view the Council Action from the Regular City Council Meeting of February 23, 2015, click the below link.
To view the City Council Agenda Packet for the Regular Meeting of February 23, 2015 click the below link.
Four employees were honored for their service to the City and citizens of Fairbanks in the first Annual Awards Ceremony. Categories for the awards were in Customer Service, Safety, Professional Development, and Community Service. Scott McCumby, Sergeant with the Fairbanks Police Department, received the award for Community Service. Sgt. McCumby has spearheaded several community events to benefit members of the community, such as the Shop with a Cop program. Scott has also been an integral part of Arctic Winter Games, Run from the Cops, Operation Glow, and is currently preparing to participate in the Unity Ride, a national ride to honor fallen law enforcement officers. We applaud Sgt. McCumby for his ongoing activities within the community and his efforts to help others. Sgt. McCumby was presented the award on Monday at the City Council Meeting by Mayor John Eberhart.
Four employees were honored for their service to the City and citizens of Fairbanks in the first Annual Awards Ceremony. Categories for the awards were in Customer Service, Safety, Professional Development, and Community Service. Davina McMilon, Heavy Duty Mechanic with the Public Works Department, received the award for Safety. Davina has excelled in ensuring that public safety vehicles are safely operational and back on the road as quickly as possible. Additionally, Davina has improved communications between departments and she is much appreciated by all of the employees. Davina was presented the award on Monday by Mayor John Eberhart.
To view the City Council Action from the Regular Meeting of February 9, 2015, click the below link.
Four employees were honored for their service to the City and citizens of Fairbanks in the first Annual Awards Ceremony. Categories for the awards were in Customer Service, Safety, Professional Development, and Community Service. Danyielle Snider, Deputy City Clerk II, in the City Clerk’s Office, received the award for Professional Development. Dani garnered a grant that allowed for training for several agencies in the community on records retention and records management in emergency/disaster scenarios. Dani also implemented many new ideas and programs that have made processes, such as the Boards and Commissions application and tracking process, streamlined and more efficient. We applaud her forward thinking in these and other projects and initiatives! Dani was presented the award on Monday by Mayor John Eberhart.