City Manager Michael Levinson, along with the City Commission, were recognized on Wednesday, April 16 by the Florida Legislature in both the Senate and House for the City’s recent accomplishment of being the first local or state government to win the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
“We are truly honored to have been recognized by the Florida Legislature for receiving the Malcolm Baldrige Award,” City Manager Michael Levinson said. “We are most proud of the business improvements and customer satisfaction ratings that earned us this special recognition from both the House and the Senate. We received this honorable mention on behalf of our community of excellence."
Senator Jeremy Ring recognized City leaders for running one of the best communities in the country.
“This award illustrates the great leadership and the City’s true commitment to quality,” Senator Ring said.
At the House, Representative Ari A. Porth also recognized City officials for their commitment to excellence and for receiving this coveted award.
“This distinction highlights the City’s unique business model, and corporate approach to managing local government,” Representative Porth said. “I am blessed to call Coral Springs home and to have the opportunity to work with such a committed team of public servants.”
The City Commission and some staff will be in Washington D.C. next week to receive the official award for performance excellence. Mayor Scott Brook, Vice Mayor Vince Boccard and City Manager Levinson will meet President George W. Bush at the White House on Wednesday, April 23.
For more information, visit coralsprings.org/baldrige.