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Posted on: October 10, 2017

Montrose City Clerk Elected VP of Colorado Municipal Clerks Association

City Clerk Lisa DelPiccolo

City clerks representing municipalities from around the state have elected Montrose City Clerk Lisa DelPiccolo as vice president of the Colorado Municipal Clerks Association (CMCA). The swearing-in ceremony took place at the CMCA’s annual fall conference October 4.

“Lisa’s appointment as vice president of such a well-established statewide organization testifies to her level of expertise and the respected place she holds among her peers in the profession,” said City Manager Bill Bell. “Her active participation in CMCA and its professional development programs translates into providing exceptional services to Montrose residents.”

Lisa became deputy city clerk in 2008 and began serving in her current role in 2011. There have been 39 city clerks in Montrose since it was incorporated in 1882.

The city clerk serves an important role in city government by providing administrative support for the City Council, overseeing municipal elections, and administering a variety of licenses and permits.

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