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Town Manager Matt LeCerf was awarded Manager of the Year at the Colorado City and County Management Association (CCCMA) Conference last week. The CCCMA’s annual professional awards program consists of four awards: Manager of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, Assistant of the Year and the CCCMA Trailblazer. The Manager of the Year Award is awarded to the CCCMA member that has made an outstanding contribution to local government in Colorado in the past year.LeCerf was nominated for his strong leadership during 2017 which included the retirement of Frederick’s police chief and a recall election that included five of seven board members. As the nomination stated, “Matt not only kept focused on the tasks at hand, but also stepped up efforts to look inward and strengthen staff through internal initiatives. His management has created a stronger team that is more connected to each other and our organization’s goals and purpose.”LeCerf has been Town Manager of Frederick for six years. During that time, he has executed board direction to reconstruct areas of Frederick’s transportation system so they are no longer susceptible to another event like the 2013 flood. He was also instrumental in attracting the biggest economic development project in Frederick’s history when Agilent Technologies chose Frederick for their new campus, which should open later this year.
Photo Caption: Lone Tree City Manager Seth Hoffman (left) presents Frederick Town Manager Matt LeCerf (right) with the 2017 Manager of the Year Award at the CCCMA Conference. Photo courtesy of Angelica Wedell, National Research Center.