Clearwater’s city clerk, Cyndie Goudeau, was recently honored for her municipal management skills by Florida’s Cities of Excellence awards program in Orlando. Goudeau received a crystal "Muni" award for 2005.
Says Goudeau, who has been eligible for both years of the two-year-old award’s existence, said of her nomination, “The Council asked that I be nominated. The official nomination was submitted by Garry Brumback, Assistant City Manager.”
Goudeau has worked for the city for 27 years. She’s been the city’s clerk for 20. Her enthusiasm for her position and Clearwater warrants the attention. She says, “This is an exciting time for Clearwater, not just because of the redevelopment activity but also because the Council is preparing to finalize their vision. I'm proud and honored to be a part of all that is going on.”
The Florida Cities of Excellence Award program is sponsored by the Florida League of Cities. The group recognizes cities, their leaders and residents for their excellence in leadership and innovative programs.
More than 400 cities sent in entries for the excellence awards.
The City of Excellence award was won by Fort Pierce. Numerous Pinellas city officials were up for nomination. Seminole’s Harry Kyne was named City Finance Official of the Year.
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