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Earlier this October, the City Council unanimously passed a “Diaper Changing Bill” that will require that changing tables be accessible within City buildings.
Light up the grill! Earlier this month, Fleet Management hosted their annual cookout. Staff from across all over the department flocked to Fleet’s Central Garage to share a burger and a laugh.
As a part of the DGS United Way campaign, staff who donated $5 could wear a costume to work on Halloween! Thank you to all the staff who donated and came into work to show off their costumes.
Congrats to DGS’ own Chichi Nyagah-Nash, former Deputy Division Chief for Fleet Management, and Melanie Shimano, Data Automation & Technology Analyst, for their recognition by the Maryland Dai
On Friday, October 26th, the Director’s Cup was held on the War Memorial Plaza.
This month Mayor Pugh kicked off the City’s annual United Way Campaign with an afternoon celebration on the War Memorial Plaza.
Congratulations to Roger Ishmael, the DGS September 2018 Employee of the Month! Roger is an Electrical Inspector II in our Major Projects Division and has been with the City for 25 years.
This month, Director Steve Sharkey was joined by Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen to host a naloxone training for over 100 Baltimore City employees at the War Memorial Building.
On Saturday, September 22nd, DGS staff came together for a day of relaxation and fun at Druid Hill Park. The staff appreciation event was hosted by DOT, DPW, Rec and Parks, BCIT, MOED, and DGS.
On Wednesday, September 19th, DGS supervisors gathered for the annual Supervisor Summit.