TULIA -- The City of Tulia recently hired two new employees to handle code enforcement and animal control duties.
Suriano comes to Tulia from Bastrop, Texas, and is a 31-year police veteran. He holds a master peace officer.
“I am extremely happy to be employed by the City of Tulia as a Code Enforcement /Animal Control officer,” said Suriano. “Tulia is a wonderful City with lots of great people. I feel that I can make a difference in the City by enforcing the codes to clean up Tulia, and helping to make our town a place we can all be proud to call home.”
Brandie Devine comes to Tulia from Sulphur Springs, Texas. She worked for seven years as a buyer at JBS/Pilgrims where her duties included plumbing, gas line, and water run-off inspections. In addition, Devine was responsible for handling and disposing of company chemicals.
Devine said, “It is a pleasure to be a part of the Tulia Police Department team to help the community. I am excited and looking forward to getting to know everyone in the community.”.
Suriano and Devine will work closely with City Manager Andrew Freeman and Assistant Manager/Chief of Police Jeffrey Yarbrough to improve the code enforcement efforts of the city.
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