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Published on Sep 17, 2012
The Richardson Dilworth Awardfor Distinguished Public Service in Philadelphia In 2011, Mayor Michael A. Nutter created the Richardson Dilworth Award for Distinguished Public Service in Philadelphia. The award program is generously sponsored by Dilworth Paxson LLP and managed by the non-profit organization, the Fund for Philadelphia, to annually recognize the contributions of an outstanding public employee whose work performance embodies excellence in public service. The award is named after former Mayor Richardson Dilworth. Mayor Dilworth, 91st Mayor of Philadelphia from 1956-1962, epitomized the highest values and performance that the award seeks to honor in today's public servant. He tirelessly worked to reform City government and instill the highest level of integrity and a strong sense of responsibility as a steward of the public trust and taxpayers' hard earned dollars. If you know someone who deserves to be recognized for their outstanding commitment and professionalism as a Philadelphia public employee, please be sure to nominate them for this award.