Forty-five years of Upper Lachlan Shire Council service recognised for Keith 'Andy' McIntosh

MILESTONE REACHED: A 45-year anniversary was recognised just prior to Christmas for Keith McIntosh an employee of Upper Lachlan Council with general manager John Bell and Mayor Brian McCormack offering congratulations.

MILESTONE REACHED: A 45-year anniversary was recognised just prior to Christmas for Keith McIntosh an employee of Upper Lachlan Council with general manager John Bell and Mayor Brian McCormack offering congratulations.

Plant operator and truck driver Keith “Andy” McIntosh recently marked 45 years of service with the previous Crookwell Shire and now Upper Lachlan Shire councils.

In recognition of his outstanding contribution, Mr McIntosh was presented with a plaque at the council staff Christmas party held at Crookwell Golf Club in December.

The council’s general manager, John Bell, congratulated Andy on the milestone and said that 45 years of service was a remarkable achievement that few would be able to match.

“On behalf of all councillors and staff, I’d like to wish Andy a big congratulations and thank him for his wonderful contribution to the council and the community.” Mr Bell said.

Upper Lachlan Shire mayor Brian McCormack endorsed the general manager’s comments and said that staff on the council were dedicated to helping the community.

There will be more milestones reached and celebrated by staff members in the coming months.