Proclamation from Rick Scott, the Governor of Florida

Whereas, Employees that provide a very essential service handling the solid and liquid waste of our society don’t receive the proper recognition; and

Whereas, These people generally work very long hours at the lower end of a pay scale; and

Whereas, other collective service groups receive their much deserved recognition i.e. police, fire fighters etc. ; and

Whereas, no collection of people, be it State, City, Township or a Country could efficiently run without these people; and

Whereas, These people, operating in their daily routine, help prevent disease and other health related issues; and

Whereas, These people are represented by all races, creeds, genders and operate in all types of waste collection including liquid and solid; and

WHEREAS, the State of Florida leads this wonderful nation in its appreciation of all waste removal personal;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Rick Scott, Governor of the State of Florida, do hereby
extend greetings and best wishes to all observing June 17, 2013, as National Garbage Men’s Day
in Florida and I encourage our citizens to become more aware of the need for quality collectors, transporters, disposal sites and

the associated personal needed to provide safe and uninterrupted services; and

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
State of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capital, this 14th day of
June, in the year two thousand thirteen.

Governor Rick Scott

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