Clearmont Council Welcomes New Town Clerk

Vivian Ramsay and Amy Vineyard

Clearmont Town Council met Monday night, Jan 17, with a light agenda.

Vivian Ramsay, the new town clerk, who is taking over the position from Amy Vineyard, was in attendance.

Ramsay, her husband, Cody and their family have been in Clearmont for about a year, and she had this to say about the town, “I love small towns. The people are friendly here. I’m getting the hang of the job.”

“She’s catching on quickly,” Vineyard said. “We had five applicants for the position and we did three interviews for the job.”

Mayor Rohrer thanked Amy for her almost two years of service to the town.

All council members but Anna Switzer were present. Chris Schock, former mayor, was a guest, and he spoke to the council about what went into the upcoming town election on May 3, and how the candidates wanting to run had to go about it.

Mayor Rohrer in his report to the council said he wanted to acknowledge Tom Weber of Tri-County Gas for helping put up the Christmas lights, and it was agreed to purchase Sheridan County Chamber Bucks for Weber, and to give gift cards to the other volunteers.

John Kiser, maintenance, talked briefly about the Well #3 tie in, but it probably won’t happen until spring, he said.

New town clerk Ramsay asked the council if setting the town hall hours from 8-1 on Monday-Thursday would be accepted. The council agreed it would be fine.

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