Dothan native Kanesha Taylor can't wait to get to work every day.
"I'm happy, " says Kanesha.
She's happy to help the Houston County Revenue Commission with an important project.
"I work with the paper ".
This is the first county in the state to have electronic property record cards but they needed Kanesha's help to make it happen.
"Whenever she comes in I'll usually grab a stack of files for her and she'll go thru the files and remove all the staples and once she's done that then she'll come give me the file " says Celeste Parker a Clerk at the Houston County Revenue Commission.
Kanesha was hired to work part-time through Vauhgn Blumberg Services.
"The whole point of this is not to necessarily about removing staples, the point is to try to ask businesses to look and try to think outside of the box and see if there's any way that they can somehow use people with disabilities in their work place, " says William Dempsey, Board Member at Vaughn Blumberg Services.
"It's a huge help because it takes up so much time just to remove the staples and she does a wonderful job in doing that as well as keeping everything in order, " says Revenue Commissioner Starla Matthews.
But it's not all about the technique; Revenue Commission officials say there's a the feeling Kanesha brings to the office.
"She makes you feel good. You know, she is happy to be here, she's excited to be here, " says Matthews.
"She's really enthusiastic about her work, she's always on time. You can just tell that she enjoys what she does, " says Parker.
When asked if she wanted to stay at the Revenue Office, Kanesha responded "Oh yea!"
There are about 60,000 property record cards Kanesha has to go through.
The Revenue Commission hopes to have the project completed in nine months.
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