The Clinton Daily Journal (Illinois) reports that the DeWitt/Platt Bi-County Health Department announced today the recent hiring of two new Environmental Health staff to serve the bi-county area.
“We’re very pleased to have two veteran sanitarians join our-staff to help ensure the health of our population,” said Dave Remmert, Public Realth Administrator, “these two staff have a number of years of experience from the McLean County area. Those hired include Mark Gramley, the new Director of Environmental Health and Michelle Pankey, a new Sanitarian.”
News of the hiring has spread fast among the food service workers and septic system installers in both DeWitt and Piatt County and the two new staff are eager to help.