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Collin County's Lee Howe Receives Keep America Beautiful National Law Enforcement Award

Collin County Deputy Lee Howe was recognized for his outstanding work in the field of environmental law enforcement with the Keep America Beautiful (KAB) National Law Enforcement Recognition Award.

Keep America Beautiful, the nation's leading nonprofit that builds and sustains vibrant communities, presented the award during its recent National Conference in Charlotte, NC. The Keep America Beautiful Law Enforcement Recognition Awards honor the law enforcement professionals who have exceeded the duty requirements expected of their position and have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to community service in their approaches to enforcement of environmental laws and regulations.

Howe has served in law enforcement for over 40 years, and in 2009 was promoted to Environmental Enforcement Deputy, targeting illegal dumping in Collin County. With his leadership, Howe initiated a collaborative effort and created a critical team among County departments. He works with many of the cities, towns and rural communities in Collin County, and regularly assists with the annual City of McKinney Texas Trash-Off. His hands on approach sets a powerful example for his colleagues and yields tangible results in terms of reducing illegal dump sites.

"It's my privilege to honor Lee Howe and celebrate his dedication to improving the quality of life in Collin County," said Cathie Gail, executive director of Keep Texas Beautiful. "In the spirit of Keep Texas Beautiful, Lee affects change through education and awareness of illegal dumping."

 

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