The City of Cleburne's STARS program recognizes staff members who go above and beyond to help serve the community. The latest recipient of the All-Star Award is Kenneth Overstreet, the City’s capital project manager.
Overstreet has worked for the City of Cleburne for almost a year. He is overseeing the many projects that are and will be under construction according to the Cleburne Parks Master Plan.
Although Overstreet is known for going the extra mile, his actions were especially noticed when there was an incident involving the sprinkler system at Booker T. Washington Recreation Center. Overstreet overheard the call and headed straight to the facility to help with the cleanup.
“Kenny stayed until almost all the cleanup was complete, which was afterhours on Friday. In my opinion, Kenny went over and above to make sure this facility could reopen on Saturday morning,” the nomination form stated.
For his outstanding work and exceptional service, Overstreet received a City shirt and $50 gift card.
The All-Star Award is usually given out monthly. Anyone can submit a nomination by contacting the employee’s department.
Each All-Star winner for the fiscal year is then put into the running to become the City’s Superstar, which is the highest recognition in the STARS program.