News & Notices
General Statement - Position of Town Clerk
The position of Town Clerk is a quasi-public position or “public office” within the meaning of Article VI, Section 7 of the North Carolina Constitution and is not strictly a 9-to-5 job. Therefore said Town Clerk is expected to take (should take) an Oath of Office before assuming the duties of said Town Clerk.
The Town Clerk serves as Clerk (Secretary) to the Town Council and performs professional level management and hands-on clerical work in the origination and maintenance of the official municipal records and documents of the Town. Considerable tact, courtesy and discretion are required in the frequent and varied contacts with the public. The work is performed in accordance with North Carolina General Statutes, municipal ordinances, standard office procedures and is reviewed by Town Council through observation, conferences, deadlines and compliance with legal and statutory requirements.
Desirable Experience and Training
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in public administration, business or related field and experience in a variety of governmental positions. As a minimum, have graduated from high school and same supplemented by business courses or an equivalent combination of experience and training.
Salary negoitable based on experience
Submit resume by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Resumes can also be dropped off at town hall or mailed to: Town of Stokesdale, Attention: Frank Bruno. PO Box 465, Stokesdale NC 27357
Town of Stokesdale Water Customers Please Note: After office hours and on holidays in the event of a TRUE water emergency (water main breaks, water gushing from the ground) Please call Mayor Flynt at 336-687-6019. He will contact our water contractors. For Water Disruption, during routine business hours, please call Town Hall at 336-643-4011 and someone will assist you with your account. Thank you.
New Committee Members Needed
Town Council is seeking Committee Members for the Land Use Plan Review Committee.
The Town also needs Parade Committee members, the heads of this committee resigned in December 2017.
Everyone that is interested in serving, should complete the application below and return it to Town Hall.
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Council Member Frank Bruno can be heard on RockinghamCounty Radio.com or 1420 WMYN on the second Wednesday of each month. The live broadcase will air at 11:00 a.m. with a rebroadcast at 7:00 p.m. The show is also available as a podcast, on demand anytime at http://www.wloewmyn.com/Listen_24_7.html