2016-12-22 / Neighbors

An honor



Top left, Saco Chief of Police Bradley Paul, on the right, receives the city of Saco necktie from Mayor Roland Michaud, left, in recognition of Paul’s long career and retirement at the end of this year. “Brad became one of those people known for getting things done,” Michaud said. (Richard Lambert courtesy photo) Top left, Saco Chief of Police Bradley Paul, on the right, receives the city of Saco necktie from Mayor Roland Michaud, left, in recognition of Paul’s long career and retirement at the end of this year. “Brad became one of those people known for getting things done,” Michaud said. (Richard Lambert courtesy photo)

Above, local business owner Jessica Ricker, right, receives a pin from Mayor Roland Michaud as part of her Student Business of the Year award from York County Community College. Ricker was given the award for her business, Got Baked Bakery. “We are happy to have you and your business as a part of our community,” Michaud said. Left, city hall custodian Gilles Poirier, right, receives the Key to the City of Saco from Michaud, in recognition of Poirier’s career and retirement. “I’m always proud to show the condition that this city hall has been maintained,” Michaud said. (Anthony Aloisio photos) Above, local business owner Jessica Ricker, right, receives a pin from Mayor Roland Michaud as part of her Student Business of the Year award from York County Community College. Ricker was given the award for her business, Got Baked Bakery. “We are happy to have you and your business as a part of our community,” Michaud said. Left, city hall custodian Gilles Poirier, right, receives the Key to the City of Saco from Michaud, in recognition of Poirier’s career and retirement. “I’m always proud to show the condition that this city hall has been maintained,” Michaud said. (Anthony Aloisio photos)

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