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Hank Levine, Director of Public Works for City of Imperial Beach, is Retiring after 22 years of Service to the City

Jun 13, 2017 09:20PM ● Published by Paul Spear

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Hank Levine, Director of Public Works for City of Imperial Beach, is Retiring after 22 years of Service to the City.

Hank Levine was Honored at Last Wednesday Night's Imperial Beach City Council Meeting. Hank is Retiring After 22 Years of Service for the City of Imperial Beach!

Colleagues, friends and co-workers paid tribute to Hank Levine at last wednesday night's IB City Council Meeting. Hank is retiring after giving 22 years of service to the City of IB.

Tributes were paid by San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox's office and declared June 7th Hank Levine Day. Also paying tribute were the US Navy, SD Port Commissioner Dan Malcolm, SBUSD Trustee Chris Brown, former IB Mayor Diane Rose, former City Manager Gary Brown, Ron Powell from the Port of SD and All the City Council Members, the Mayor and many others.

We want to "thank" Hank for all his years of service and wish him the very best in his retirement.

Photo provided c/o Ed Vea, City of Imperial Beach
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