MILLBRAE, Calif. /California Newswire/ — On Tuesday, June 14, nine Millbrae residents will be recognized for their 130 years of combined service to the City. Starting at 6:30 pm at City Hall, Vice Mayor Reuben Holober will present service recognition pins to Millbrae commissioners and committee members who have served the city for five, 10, 15, 20, and 25 years. Each of the honorees has dedicated at least five years to help improve the economy and quality-of-life in Millbrae.

Millbrae California“From streetscape planning and beautification to addressing quality-of-life issues for older residents, the work of these nine Millbrae citizens has shaped our community’s economic and social prosperity,” said Millbrae Vice Mayor Reuben Holober. “It is for this service, and their dedication to our city, that we gather and honor them.”

Vice Mayor Reuben Holober, City of Millbrae
Carol Krasilnikoff, Community Preservation Commission – 5 years of service
Myrna Warto, Community Preservation Commission – 20 years of service
Gale Grinsell, Community Preservation Commission – 25 years of service
Harry Aubright, Millbrae Business Advisory Committee – 15 years of service
Dan Rogers, Millbrae Business Advisory Committee – 20 years of service
Andrew Baksheeff, Planning Commission – 5 years of service
Lou DeSalvatore, Senior Advisory Committee – 10 years of service
Peter Yeh, Sister Cities Commission – 10 years of service
Rose Agius, Sister Cities Commission – 20 years of service

Honoring the service of Millbrae commissioners and committee members

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
6:30 pm – Reception with light refreshments
7:00 pm – Service pin presentation ceremony

Millbrae City Hall
621 Magnolia Avenue
Millbrae, CA 94030