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Managing the Unintentional Roles of The Clerk

A municipal clerk’s responsibilities include keeping records, preparing agendas for public meetings, managing public records, issuing licenses and managing municipal elections. But clerks usually end up stepping outside of this role to fulfill other duties as needed by their communities.

In this infographic, we’ll explore four roles that clerks are fulfilling and how technology can help reduce the demand on a clerk’s valuable time.

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