County Treasurer Takes Seat on State Board – Office Receives State Recognition


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Photo and story by Rick Hiduk

In addition to seconding the approval of the salaries for more than 40 county employees as per recent hires, transfers and promotions on June 11, Bradford County Treasurer Becky Clark (above) announced that she had elected Second Vice President of the state’s County Treasurer Association.

In the course of her service to the Association, Clark said that she will look for opportunities to showcase Bradford County and make its residents proud.

The position has a built in promotion in that Clark will ascend to presidency within the Association in a few years. Clark looks forward to the challenges that the position has to offer.

To the best of her knowledge, no treasurer from Bradford County has ever held a seat at the state level with the Treasurer’s Association since at least the 1960s.

I am honored and humbled to serve in this capacity,” Clark stated in a press release. She was elected at an annual meeting of the association held recently in Lancaster.

At the conference, the Bradford County Treasurers Office was cited for an increase in sales of dog licenses during the previous year. The commendation from the PA Department of Agriculture/Dog Law Enforcement noted that 109 dog licenses were sold in the county last year.

Clark credited County Dog Warden Jim Johnson and the rest of her staff for the dedication and performance that brought the award to Bradford County.


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