Although he was not present at the meeting, the Lassen County Board of Supervisors recognized Mile Haley, from the solid waste department, on his retirement.
On Tuesday, the supervisors unanimously approved a proclamation recognizing his time with the
Haley was hired in 2005 as a landfill spotter with the sold waste department where he remains until his retirement later this month.
“Mike has been an asset to the department with his years of experience and dedication and hard work,” read the proclamation. “He had excellent attendance through his career and rarely took a sick day.”
He “demonstrated tact and diplomacy when working with both the public and his coworkers, his cooperative attitude was noted by those who he worked with,” the proclamation read.
Moreover, the proclamation noted Haley was always dependable and helpful, and was always willing to learn.
“He’s going to be missed out there,” Lassen County Public Works Director Pete Heimbigner said of Haley’s retirement.