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28 year Monroe City employee retires

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MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News)-A long time city employee in Monroe is retiring.
  Tina Anzalone has worked for the city for 28-years and was Monroe's first Chief of Code Enforcement.
     She also started the animal welfare division.
    Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo proclaimed April 16th "Tina Anzalone Day" as a small token of thanks for all of her hard work through the years.
     Anzalone says she's happy to be retiring but will miss her position.

"I have made friends with the public and I have built this trust with them and whether it be my department or another I will take care of them.  I think that will be the hardest part, me not being able to be there for them" says Anzalone.

Mayor Mayo says Anzalone is an employee that will be missed.

"She has been determined and committed to doing her job here in code enforcement there has been a number of projects and activities she has worked on and its just been very good and very gratifying for the city of Monroe" says Mayo.

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