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Municipal Clerks Week: Your Elections Official

Nowadays, we contract with the County of Marin Elections Office to provide election services such as coordinating precincts, printing and counting ballots, etc., but long ago, and in many cities today, that was the responsibility of the City Clerk’s Office. With over 31,000 registered voters, you can imagine what it would be like for our … Continued

Municipal Clerks Week: One of the Oldest Government Professions

The municipal clerk, along with the tax collector, is the oldest of public servants. The Office of Clerk can be traced back to the year 1272 A.D. in the history of the Corporation of Old London. Before writing came into use, Clerks were called remembrancers. Their memory served as the public record! Here is your … Continued

50th Anniversary of Municipal Clerks Week

May 5-11, 2019 is Municipal Clerks Week and it will be celebrating its 50th anniversary. Initiated in 1969 by International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) and endorsed by all its members throughout the United States, Canada and 15 other countries. This week is a time of celebration and reflection on the importance of the Clerk’s … Continued

Save Printing Paper!

Do YOU have a question for the Green Team? Ask us, and we may use it in an upcoming eco-tip! By Thomas Wong, Public Works Department We’ve all heard the message before! Save paper, print less, and recycle. Here are some facts to put paper use and its impact into perspective. The average person in … Continued

Fire Wins Annual Employee Bocce Tournament

Thank you for attending our annual employee event last night.  This year, 16 teams competed in the single elimination tournament resulting in the final match between Fire’s “Rick Brown and the FD All Stars” and Community Services’ “Can’t Bocce This”.  Congrats to Grant Saysette and his team’s win!  They took home a $150 gift certificate … Continued

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