Vote: Who's the 2012 Richmond Heights Person of the Year? You Decide
We received nominations for two people for the 2012 Richmond Heights Person of the Year on Patch. Now, you get to decide who is recognized with your vote.
The nominations are in.
The readers of Patch submitted nominations for two people for the 2012 Richmond Heights Person of the Year on Patch. Now, it's time for you to decide who wins by casting your vote in the poll below. We'll accept your votes until 7 p.m. on Dec. 26.
Then we'll name the Person of the Year. He or she will be recognized with a feature story on Patch at a later date.
Be sure to tell your friends to support the person you believe should be named Person of the Year! Any questions? Email me at email@example.com.
Voting for the 2012 Clayton Person of the Year story also opened today.
In Richmond Heights, here are the nominees, listed in alphabetical order by last name:
Michael Jones, District 2 Councilman in Richmond Heights
Two users nominated Jones. The following is their language:
1) Michael Jones is very devoted and dedicated to the residents of Richmond Heights. He takes time out of his busy schedule to have monthly District 2 meetings to keep his residents informed. He has spent numerous hours organizing the Richmond Heights Centennial Celebration and Veteran’s Memorial. He’s always available to lend a hand or help a person in need. He is the most kind and generous person I have ever met.
2) Michael Jones has worked for the betterment of our city and its residents for over 25 years. He has the only council newsletter, has worked for better street lighting and neighborhood watch programs, chairs the Richmond Heights Centennial Celebration committee and is a lifelong resident of Richmond Heights. All you need to do is just ask Mike and he is in 100 percent. You find people sometime who stands above others in serving, helping and being hands-on. This is my councilmen, Mike Jones.
Andrea Moore, general office clerk of Richmond Heights
People that work for the government in general are usually kinda rude but this young lady is always nice to residents no matter what. I am nominating her for being the first point of contact for the city of Richmond Heights - for always being kind to residents but mostly for single-handedly making sure Richmond Heights and Maplewood senior citizens have a free ride provided through the PARC van service. She always has a pleasant attitude and always goes above and beyond to help people.
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