SOMERSET — Town Administrator Richard Brown would like to share a video the Town of Somerset has produced thanking many in town for their hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“With 2020 coming to an end we felt that we must thank all of our town employees and small businesses who helped us get through this unprecedented year. We would like to thank everyone for their resilience during this year and finding innovative ways to help our community during this pandemic,” Town Administrator Brown said. “In the midst of the pandemic your services remained at the highest quality and your dedication to this town was proven with the ways you adapted your services to COVID-19 restrictions. We are so thankful to all town employees and small businesses for representing the greatness of the Town of Somerset.”
In addition to Town Administrator Brown, Chief of Police George McNeil and Health Agent Tim Turner both appear to give messages of thanks.
“We are extremely thankful to everyone who has helped the community of Somerset adapt to the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic,” Police Chief McNeil said. “We could not have done this without the hard work of every town employee, our small businesses and restaurants with their dedication to serving our community, and all of our residents who continue to help Somerset stay safe and healthy during the pandemic.”
“Thank you to all town employees and residents for stepping up and for helping in any way you possibly could,” Health Agent Turner said. “Even with all the challenges of the pandemic your dedication and care for the community of Somerset was incredible and does not go unnoticed. We are so thankful for all your hard work during 2020.”
The Town of Somerset remains available to assist the public in any way during the ongoing pandemic. Residents with questions may contact the Somerset Board of Health at 508-646-2804 or visit the Town’s COVID-19 news and resource blog here.