St. Leo Mayor Pro Tem James Hallett, O.S.B., has been recognized by the Florida League of Cities for 20 years of service with the Town of St. Leo.
Florida League of Cities ambassador Eryn Russell presented Hallett with the organization’s Mayor John Land Years of Service Award, during an Oct. 11 St. Leo Town Commission meeting.
Named in honor of longtime Apopka Mayor John Land who served his city for more than 60 years, the award honors elected municipal officials for their extensive years of dedicated public service.
The award is presented to elected officials who have served for 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 or 50 years.
Elected officials are presented with a resolution and lapel pin recognizing their years of service.
Hallett marks the third currently serving St. Leo Commissioner to receive the award. Mayor Richard Christmas and Commissioner Donna DeWitt, O.S.B. were recipients in 2017, respectively.
Published November 03, 2021