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Emp Recognition July 2015 

35 years  
Leroy Johnson
Heavy Equipment Operator I
Office of the County Engineer
Marion County maintains nearly 3,000 miles of roadways. Click here to view the latest update to the transportation maintenance and operation standards and the road maintenance map.
25 years  

Michelle Fanelli
Contractor Licensing Agent
Building Safety

Building Safety provides important contractor and resident information via online and in-office displays. Click here to verify the current standing of a licensed contractor before agreeing to a contract.
Jimmy Scamorza
Senior Traffic Maintenance Technician
Office of the County Engineer
The Traffic Section inspects traffic control devices installed in conjunction with subdivision and roadway construction and checks compliance with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
James Street
Traffic Supervisor
Office of the County Engineer
Seven of the most asked questions answered here: Traffic Operations FAQs. Didn't see your question listed? Email Traffic Operations today.
20 years  

Joseph Amigliore
Captain
Fire Rescue

Don't have a fire escape plan for your family? Download a grid from Fire Rescue's Fire Escape Plans page to get started.
Matthew Kelly
Medium Equipment Operator
Office of the County Engineer
Need driveway access from a county-maintained roadway? This application can be found on this list of forms available online from the Right-of-way Permitting Division.
Renee Pierce
Animal Services Support Specialist
Animal Services
Learn more about Marion County's animal control officers and the tireless work they do seven days a week here. If you see a stray or injured animal, contact Animal Control at 352-671-8727.
James Sisto
Building and Grounds Maintenance Technician III
MSTU/Assessments
Explore the cost and advantages of keeping your taxes in your neighborhood with MSTU/Assessment's FAQs found here.
15 years  
Alice Arnholt
Budget and Administration Coordinator
Facilities Management
Facilities Management saves millions in tax dollars each year by keeping construction and maintenance in-house for more than 300 county-owned and leased structures. This includes all public library branch locations, the jail, the courthouse complex and more.
Dianna Bissonette
Crew Leader
Office of the County Engineer
You can help our crews restore the nearly 3,000 square miles of county-maintained roadways by notifying the Office of the Country Engineer of road hazards or maintenance needs at 352-671-8686.
Bruce Coleman-Wilson
Medium Equipment Operator
Office of the County Engineer
Do your construction plans involve using a county-maintained roadway? Click here to get started with the permitting forms you'll need.
Edward Cook
Utilities Plant Operator
Utilities
Utilities ensures construction and engineering plans begin and end in compliance with the Land Development Code through the Construction Engineering Division.
Michael Corpe
Purchasing and Inventory Coordinator
Utilities
Did you know Utilities offers incentive programs and rebates for improving your home or business' water efficiency? Check out the programs available to our customers here.
Douglas Jochumsen
Medium Equipment Operator
Office of the County Engineer
County engineers evaluate the stormwater and transportation needs every year while planning for the next five years. Learn more about current and expected stormwater and transportations needs here.
Karen Sweat
Circulation Specialist
Public Library System
Get the latest seasonal information in the Public Library System's WORDS magazine. Access it here or pick up your own at your local branch.
Darian Tucker
Staff Assistant IV
Facilities Management
Facilities Management costs the taxpayers 44% less per square foot than the local standard average by creating and maintaining county-owned facilities with in-house experts.