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Cleveland's RTA's Calabrese wins award

Posted on July 31, 2012

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is pleased to announce that GM Joe Calabrese received The Senator George V. Voinovich Public Works Employee of the Year Award from the Build Up Greater Cleveland (BUGC) organization.

As community leaders and business members from around the Greater Cleveland area gathered at the BUGC Annual Meeting earlier this week, Calabrese was recognized for his dedicated service to the Cleveland area, through his leadership as GM of RTA and as a community partner.

The award was presented by Joe Roman, president of the Greater Cleveland Partnership, who stated that because of Calabrese's work and involvement in the community, RTA is now regionally synonymous with economic development.

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