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Pound Ridge Town Clerk

Term: 4 years Salary: $84,613

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    Stacy French
    (Rep, Con, I, SAM)

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    Erin Trostle
    (Dem, Oth)

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City/Town of Residence Pound Ridge, NY
Education Suffolk County Community College Empire State College
Prior Civic Service Appointed and served as Deputy Treasurer, Deputy Clerk for the Inc. Village of Port Jefferson 2001-2017
Campaign Web Site http://Poundridge2019.com
With the vacancy in the Clerk's office, it's important to fill this role with someone who has the experience of doing the job. I have it. I did it for 16 years, appointed by 4 Mayors, advanced important processes to ensure Federal, State and County Civil Service procedures and compliance to elevate my Municipality to one of the highest functioning Local governments. Employee benefits and record retention is essential for government functioning for the service the people of Pound Ridge deserve.
City/Town of Residence Pound Ridge
Current Political Office N/A
Education AB Harvard
Prior Civic Service President, Pound Ridge Library District Board of Trustees; Member, Pound Ridge Economic Development Committee; Board Member and Webmaster, Pound Ridge Business Association; Secretary, Pound Ridge Library Foundation
Campaign Web Site http://prdems.com
Campaign Email trostle2@gmail.com
Campaign Phone (860) 508-2018
Current procedures in the Town Clerk's office should be streamlined and updated to serve the community in the most efficient, convenient, cost-effective, and eco-friendly manner possible. Effective communication should ensure that residents are aware of the services the Town Clerk provides and that they know how to access those services. The Town Clerk's office should be accessible, accommodating, and welcoming to all town residents and should be responsive to the unique needs of the community.