Category: City Clerks & Recorders

Archiving Public Sector E-Communications

This guest post is by ELGL member Don DeLoach. Don has more than 32 years of state and local government involvement. He was the former Chief Information Systems Officer for the City of Tallahassee, and was responsible for all of the city’s technology needs. He is also a former president of the Florida Local Government Information Systems … Continued

My Love Letter to City Recorders

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Kirsten Wyatt Twitter| LinkedIn | Email Early in my career, the city recorder quit and the organization was suddenly without recorder services and … Continued

What is a Special District Clerk?

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Laura Savage, Pueblo West Metropolitan Administrative Clerk For two years I have served the Pueblo West community as the “City Clerk”, a position … Continued

Public Sector Compliance Policies

This guest post is by ELGL member Don DeLoach. Don has more than 32 years of state and local government involvement. He was the former Chief Information Systems Officer for the City of Tallahassee, and was responsible for all of the city’s technology needs. He is also a former president of the Florida Local Government Information Systems … Continued

A City Clerk is Not Just a Secretary

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Amber Mathiesen, City of Mt. Angel Oregon City Manager You can imagine the conversation that must go on in the head of new local government … Continued

Efficiency and Innovation in the City Clerk’s Office

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Jesse Raymundo, City of Fontana, CA Administrative Clerk Connect: LinkedIn Still a youngin’ in the City Clerk’s Office, there are two elements that stand … Continued

Chickens – The New Threshold

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Mary Dibble, City of Albany City Clerk Being a City Clerk means that the general public often assumes you know all sorts of things and … Continued

Town Clerk to City Clerk – A Conversation About the Transition

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Abby J. Fitch, City of Aurora, Mayor/Council Management Analyst I am not a City Clerk, nor do I work for the City Clerk’s office. When … Continued

What is a City Clerk’s Office?

Welcome to a new blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Emily Chen, City of Walnut Creek, CA, Assistant to City Clerk Connect: Linkedin, Email Friend: “What do you do?” Me: “Oh I work in the … Continued

This Isn’t My Temporary Home

Welcome to the blog series, “The Local Government Nerve Center” — all about the amazing and important work of clerks and recorders. Want to be a contributor? Learn more here. By Shauna Kaczynski, City of Kettering, Ohio, Clerk of the Council I am a young African American woman. I live and work for a community that … Continued

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