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December 27, 2012

City workers bid farewell


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Fruscione credited Mondi with always being attentive to the needs of city residents, handling their concerns in a way that made them feel their voices were being heard.

“She would do whatever she could to make them happy and then she would pass them on to us to finish whatever job there was to do,” Fruscione said.

Fruscione said he and other council members didn't want to let Mondi go because she is so good at what she does, but that they are glad she will have more time to enjoy with her family.

“We wish her the best,” Fruscione said.

After the council meeting, Mondi went down the line leaving each council member with a hug, a kiss and a few kind words.

Mondi said throughout her time at City Hall she has always been impressed with the people who fill it.

“They are a group of amazing people that work so very hard,” Mondi said. “Through it all we always laughed and had a good time.”

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