Port Huron City Clerk Announces Retirement Date

Current Port Huron City Clerk, Sue Child has notified City Manager, James Freed, that she intends to retire after 35 years of dedicated public service.  Child says she have been planning the retirement date for quite some time, however she stayed in the position to help ensure the most recent election, in August,  with all new equipment went off without a hitch.  Freeds says she has been an amazing asset to the City and her experience and dedication served Port Huron residents very well.  Freed also stated it is his intention to name Deputy City Clerk, Cyndee Jonseck as the next City Clerk for the City of Port Huron. This will be effective on Sue’s last official day, January 1, 2018.  It is expected that Child will use some of her accumulated time off near November, and during that time Jonseck will serve as Acting City Clerk.
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