LONGTIME DEPUTY CITY CLERK RETIRES, MAYOR APPOINTS REPLACEMENT
GLENS FALLS - Noreen Dove, longtime Deputy City Clerk retired from her position with the City Friday after more than two decades of service to the Glens Falls community.
Mayor Dan Hall praised Dove for her role in providing the public timely information about city government.
"For 23 years, Noreen has been an integral part of our effort to keep the public informed," Mayor Hall said. "By taking meeting minutes and transcribing those minutes so that the public has access to a current account of meeting proceedings, Noreen has provided an invaluable service for the city."
Dove was responsible for taking meeting minutes for the Common Council, Board of Public Safety and Recreation Commission, among others. Mayor Hall described Dove as a dedicated professional who contributed much to city government.
Also Friday, Mayor Hall announced the appointment of Megan Nolin as the new Deputy City Clerk to replace Dove. Nolin currently is the City's webmaster and performs other assorted duties in the Clerk's Office. Nolin will continue in her role as webmaster and will assume the duties of Deputy City Clerk effective immediately, Mayor Hall said.
"I'm confident that Megan will do a great job in her new role," the Mayor said. "Megan has proved herself to be a talented and reliable member of our staff and I expect that the transition from Noreen to Megan will be seamless."
The position of Deputy City Clerk is a mayoral appointment with no specified term of service. The Deputy Clerk serves at the pleasure of the Mayor.