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Menlo Park: Police department names employees of the year

 

Code enforcement officer Eleonor Hilario has been tapped as the Menlo Park Police Department's 2014 employee of the year, while Officer Brent Hughes has been selected as the officer of the year, the city announced.

During her two years in code enforcement, Officer Hilario is "credited with making a tremendous impact in the community by addressing health and safety hazards, enforcement of City codes/regulations, blight prevention, and quality of life issues," according to the city's announcement.

Officer Hughes, who has been with the department for almost five years and serves on the SWAT unit, earned recognition for his enthusiasm and professionalism, the city said.

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a resident of Menlo Park: Stanford Hills
on Mar 21, 2015 at 3:45 pm

Congratulations, Officers Hughes and Hilario! Well deserving of the recognition.


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