Honoring an Exceptional Leader Task Force - Mark Coronado All Archives

City sets plans to honor former CRS Director Coronado City sets plans to honor former CRS Director Coronado
The Surprise City Council, Tuesday night, agreed to recognize the late Community and Recreation Services (CRS) Director Mark A. Coronado's service to Surprise.
Task Force to send options to Council for ways to honor former CRS Director Task Force to send options to Council for ways to honor former CRS Director
At the Honoring an Exceptional Leader Task Force’s January 9th meeting, the group reviewed previously discussed options, with identified approximate costs, for ways the city could honor the late Community and Recreation Services(CRS) Director Mark A. Coronado.
Task Force narrows options to honor former CRS Director; requests cost analysis Task Force narrows options to honor former CRS Director; requests cost analysis
At the Honoring an Exceptional Leader Task Force’s December 14th meeting, the group reviewed all public recommendations they received identifying ways the city could honor the late Community and Recreation Services(CRS) Director Mark A. Coronado.
Task Force sets 2nd meeting to review ways to honor former CRS Director Task Force sets 2nd meeting to review ways to honor former CRS Director
The public is encouraged to attend
Task Force to research way to honor long-time CRS Director Mark A. Coronado Task Force to research way to honor long-time CRS Director Mark A. Coronado
Recognizing that the City of Surprise rests on the shoulders of great women and men who invested a precious part of themselves to the benefit of our city; the Surprise City Council has adopted a policy to create an Ad-Hoc “Honoring an Exceptional Leader Task Force” within the City of Surprise.