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town clerk

1. (in Britain until 1974) the secretary and chief administrative officer of a town or city
2. (in the US) the official who keeps the records of a town
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Mr Domkrag Gontse has been transferred from Lobatse Town Council to Jwaneng Town Council as deputy town clerk - Technical Services.
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* New York's passage of the same-sex marriage law last month has put the state's 932 town clerks on the front lines.
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She also claims she had no choice but to resign from her position in the spring of last year when the town clerk's job was given to another candidate, Deborah Rudd.
Doug Johnstone, town clerk of Provincetown, says his community is moving forward because of what he calls "an absence of any guidance" from state officials.
Susan Hafter, town clerk of Malone, New York, recently received an envelope with a Colorado postmark that contained a $100 check and a note.