Clallam auditor announces retirement
May 9th, 2014 - 5:25am
(PORT ANGELES) After 27 years of service to Clallam County, auditor Patty Rosand will retire at the end of this year.
Rosand started her career as an election supervisor in 1987. She ran and won the County Auditor's position in 2006 and has held the position ever since. Her tenure has covered 110 elections, including seven presidential elections.
Rosand was instrumental in prompting a change in voting procedure that involved the now infamous punch cards and their “hanging chads”.
Upon retirement, Rosand expects to travel, spend time in the garden, and spend even more time with her friends and family.
Rosand attributes the success of her office to her outstanding staff who work with her in the courthouse. She credits them with such improvements as on-line document access, a cut in the waiting time for motor vehicle licensing, enhancement to the Auditor's website, and with providing excellent customer service to the county's residents.
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