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April 28, 2017

Chandler City Council appoints Dana DeLong as new City Clerk
 
CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council approved an employment contract and appointed Dana DeLong as the City Clerk at its Apr. 27 City Council meeting.
 
"This is a critical hire for the City and its residents, and Dana will be a tremendous asset for us as she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position," Mayor Jay Tibshraeny said. "I look forward to working with her in the coming years."
 
DeLong comes to Chandler from the City of Prescott, where she has served as City Clerk for the past four years. Prior to that, she worked at the City of Tucson for nearly 20 years as City Records Manager, Management Assistant and in positions covering all facets of the City Clerk’s Office. She is a certified municipal clerk, certified municipal election official and a notary public.
 
DeLong will begin her new post on June 5, 2017. She will replace Marla Paddock, who will retire later this summer after serving as Chandler’s City Clerk since 2002.
 
The City Clerk is the source of information regarding the City Charter, City Code and City Council meetings and actions. The City Clerk conducts municipal elections, coordinates statutory legal publication and public meeting notification and serves as the records custodian for the City. The City Clerk’s Office also provides the public with notary services, passport processing and election assistance.