City clerk to be sworn in as president of clerks association

March 17, 2009

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NEW — 5:15 p.m. March 17, 2008

Newcastle City Clerk Bob Baker is taking over as president of the Washington Municipal Clerks Association.

He’ll be officially sworn in during the group’s annual meeting this week in Ocean Shores. Baker will serve a one-year

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term as president. At the end of the term, he will serve an additional year in the office of past president.

Bob Baker

Bob Baker

Baker joined the city as its city clerk in January 2006. Since then, the clerk’s office has started offering live streaming audio of all City Council meetings on the Internet, as well as online accessibility to minutes, agendas, resolutions and ordinances. Baker is also a notary public.

Founded in 1970, the WMCA is a nonprofit association that promotes the professional and education standards of municipal clerks, county clerks, and transit board clerks in various local governments of the state.

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