City Disabled Services Division Recognized as Employer of the Year

October 23, 2015  
From left – Florida Division of Blind Services District 3 Administrator Robert Lewis, Chair of the Rehabilitation Council for the Blind Robert Kelly, Chief of City’s Disabled Services Division Beth Meyer, Director of Division of Blind Services Robert Doyle

City Recognized by Florida Department of Education Division of Blind Services

The City of Jacksonville Disabled Services Division was recognized by the Florida Department of Education Division of Blind Services as the Employer of the Year for District 3, covering Duval, Baker, Clay, Nassau and St. Johns counties.

“The key to success for any organization is to have a team of dedicated and capable employees,” said Mayor Lenny Curry. “Chief Beth Meyer and her team are passionate about their work and the service they provide to our community, and it shows. I commend the Disabled Services Division on this great recognition and thank them for their service to our city.”
 
In a letter to Mayor Curry, District Administrator Robert Lewis for the Division of Blind Services commended the City’s Disabled Services staff for their “professionalism and helpfulness” in serving the city’s disability community.
 
The award was presented at the Division of Blind Services State meeting held in Jacksonville on Wednesday at the Lexington Hotel and Conference Center. 

About the Disabled Services Division

The Disabled Services Division, operating within the City of Jacksonville’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, is focused on improving the quality of life for people with disabilities by addressing, researching and resolving the many barriers they encounter. Learn more about the division and its services at www.coj.net