Commissioners Recognize Maine CDC Public Health District Liaison Alfred May Jr.

During the August 3 Commissioners’ meeting the Hancock County Commissioners recognized May for his contribution during the Covid-10 pandemic.

Alfred J. May, Jr., Maine CDC Public Health District Liaison

For your tireless advocacy, counsel and ongoing Public Health management efforts on behalf of Hancock County’s citizens, businesses and its many visitors, we thank you for your professionalism, timely actions, sound advice and countless kindnesses extended us throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your actions, advice, collaborations and ongoing guidance have significantly contributed to our collective well-being and ongoing successes in seeing public health priorities and practices established, maintained and sustained.

Please accept out sincerest appreciation and gratitude for these and all your works on behalf of others throughout Hancock County and Downeast, Maine, on this day, August 3, 2021.

Commissioner Paul Paradis / Commissioner John A. Wombacher / Commissioner William F. Clark


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