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Washington County Treasurer

Job description: The County Treasurer receives all tax and other money owed to the county, pays the bills upon order of the commissioners and maintains annual and monthly records for audit. As an agent of the state, he or she issues dog, bingo, small games of chance, fishing, and hunting licenses. Additional duties include issuing provisional firearms permits. TERM 4 YEARS. SALARY $87,815.95. VOTE FOR ONE.

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Municipality City of Washington
Date of Birth March 30, 1962
Education 1980 graduate of Trinity High School, Accounting Major at Waynesburg College
Occupation Washington County Deputy Treasurer
Qualifications I have worked in the Treasurer’s Office for 17 years, serving as the Deputy Treasurer for the past 3 years. In my tenure, I have gained valuable knowledge and experience in every aspect of the operations of the office. I understand the role the Treasurer plays in County government and am familiar with the guidelines which govern this office. Prior to my employment with the Treasurer’s Office, I held positions in banking, finance and administration with local businesses. I have good communication skills and relate well with the elected officials, county employees and most importantly, our constituents. I am honest, patient and fiscally responsible. These are valuable attributes to possess for this position. I understand the importance of transparency, integrity and respect within this office. My experience in the Treasurer’s Office will ensure a seamless transition between office holders without any disruption in service.
For more information Please see my Facebook page, Lisa Carpenter for County Treasurer or email me at
Party of Registration Democrat
My first priority is to maintain the high level of service which our constituents expect, while continuing to conclude our audits with no deficiencies or discrepancies. This will be accomplished by following strict balancing procedures along with a sound system of checks and balances. Also, I will make County tax bills available through emails for those who choose to receive them in this manner. This will serve as a considerable savings in postage for Washington County. And thirdly, I will create a fund to aid sick, injured and abused animals in our county. These funds will be generated strictly through donations from our generous animal lovers and fur baby parents. Our goal is to aid in the prevention of animal abuse and neglect in our county. This will require the formation of a board of officers to oversee the distribution of these funds.
Historically, the Treasurer’s Office has effectively and efficiently operated under budget, which is set annually by the Board of Commissioners. I will ensure that the office continues to operate successfully within our set budget. We are granted the appropriate annual funds to accomplish this.
Municipality WASHINGTON
Date of Birth 1-13-56
Education BA Economics and Psychology W&J College 1977. MBA Finance Waynesburg College 1983
Occupation Business Consultant
Qualifications A long and diverse career in the most senior executive finance positions, banking officer at Mellon Bank, VP at Westinghouse Credit Corp managing a $2.5 billion dollar portfolio of assets around the world. Turn around specialist to troubled companies. Diverse knowledge of Treasury functions. Started, owned and managed my own companies.
For more information Tom Flickinger for Treasure on FB 412-580-8188
Party of Registration Republican
1. Conduct an independent audit of the office and publish the results. 2. Update the office to current technology standards streamlining operations. 3. I can save the taxpayer $1mm in operating expense over four years.
NO! the budget reflects an office that is obsolete and in efficient, they are ten years behind in technology and that cost the taxpayer's money, I will fix that.