Municipal clerks are tremendous resources to the cities and towns they serve. They handle so much that goes on in the community — elections, interactions with residents, Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) requests, council/board meeting preparations, and so much more.
The Colorado Municipal Clerk Advisor Program is designed to help when the occasional challenging situation arises. The Colorado Municipal League (CML), Colorado Intergovernmental Risk Sharing Agency (CIRSA), and Colorado Municipal Clerks Association (CMCA) created the Colorado Municipal Clerk Advisor Program as a free service to assist municipal clerks with specific job-related questions or challenges.
Karen Goldman, former Aurora deputy city clerk, is available to offer insight and provide guidance on particular issues or questions that may arise in your city or town. While not intended to provide interim or long-term work, this arrangement offers clerks a “helping hand” if needed.
“I am so excited about this opportunity to support my fellow clerks from all across the state. After retiring as a municipal clerk in Colorado after twenty years, I take with me a tremendous amount of experience and wisdom that I am always willing to share with my municipal colleagues. If I can help to make your job as a municipal clerk easier then that’s the greatest thing I can do. Feel free to contact me if I can offer my perspective on a situation or answer a question,” says Goldman.
Contact information for Karen Goldman: 303-981-8022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.