Sica named Alaska’s Municipal Clerk of the Year

Juneau City Clerk Laurie Sica accepts her Alaska Municipal Clerk of the Year award, surrounded by CBJ officials. (Photo courtesy Jesse Kiehl)

Juneau City Clerk Laurie Sica has been named the Municipal Clerk of the Year by the Alaska Association of Municipal Clerks.

The annual award is given for outstanding contributions to the municipal clerk profession. It’s given for professionalism and growth in the job, leadership, community involvement, and elections.

The Alaska Municipal League and Association of Municipal clerks are meeting this week in Fairbanks. In a comment on Facebook, City Attorney John Hartle said “When Laurie finished her speech, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!”

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