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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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Prominent businessman and former mayor John Reddy joined Merthyr council in 1960, when Mr Jones was serving as deputy town clerk.
The town clerk should be a leader and manager, not a processor,'' he said, proposing to keep Ms.
In addition, Fred Frithsen, former town clerk of Rockport, and Paul Berry, town clerk of Southboro were there.
She said that in West Brookfield, the town clerk is not the custodian of all town records.
Blackmer, vice president of the Massachusetts Town Clerks Association, said she is not necessarily opposed to changes in election laws, but changes can come with a price, whether in time or money.
1, there were a lot of clerks going to say they would not be issuing them," said Orange Town Clerk Nancy Blackmer, second vice president of the Massachusetts Town Clerks Association.
HOLDEN - After 98 elections, 92 town meetings and 37 years, Town Clerk Kathleen Peterson is retiring, effective April 1.
Yendriga met Thursday with a half-dozen area town clerks, including Mrs.
She said town clerks are doing their best to get the word out about upcoming elections.
Town clerks in Millbury and Northbridge took planning for Election Day crowds a step further.
With no Republican, Green Party or Working Family races, and just two Democratic races in Boylston and one in West Boylston, voter turnout was very light last week, according to town clerks in Boylston and West Boylston.
I had four area town clerks to help with the recount," Dowd said.