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Lake Park Clerk Retiring

Lake Park Clerk Retiring

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Lake Park, IA (KICD) — A longtime employee in the city of Lake Park is retiring.

After 30 years of service to the community as the City Clerk, Vernette Palmer is retiring. Vernette’s duties as City Clerk saw her act as the City’s chief financial officer during this time. She oversaw the cities 1.7 Million dollar operating budget. During Vernette’s tenure the City’s combined fund balances grew to approximately 1.5 Million dollars.

City Administrator Wade Wagoner says that Vernette has been such a blessing for the city and will be missed…

Vernette plans to enjoy her retirement by spending time with her grandkids and Camping. As far as filling the position of city clerk, Wagoner says it already has been…

Vernette’s final full day with the City will be Friday May 30th. In honor of her wishes, there will be no open house, but please feel free to stop in and wish her well.

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