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North Tonawanda Clerk/Treasurer Quinn to return to deputy county clerk position

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Fri, Dec 28th 2018 05:35 pm

Deputy County Clerk Parish to become city clerk/treasurer

North Tonawanda Clerk/Treasurer Daniel R. Quinn announced he will leave his current position to return to the office of the Niagara County clerk. In a corresponding move, Niagara County Deputy Clerk for Administration Matthew L. Parish will become the North Tonawanda clerk/treasurer, succeeding Quinn. Quinn will assume his position effective Jan. 8.

“While I have thoroughly enjoyed my time serving the residents of North Tonawanda as their clerk/treasurer, I am very excited to work with County Clerk Joe Jastrzemski and his great team at the clerk’s office,” Quinn said.

Parish stated he expects to hit the ground running in his new position, and hopes to institute several new initiatives for residents of the Lumber City in the near future.

“As a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda, I am looking forward to the opportunity to bring a new vision and perspective to the city,” Parish said. “I plan to work with County Clerk Joe Jastrzemski to bring a satellite passport office to our community, and I would like to examine and expand programs available to our veterans.”

North Tonawanda Common Council President Eric Zadzilka said he anticipates the council to appoint Parish at the council’s reorganizational meeting on Jan. 2, with Parish’s appointment to become effective on Jan. 8.

“While we are sorry to see Dan go, we look forward to working with Matt Parish,” said Zadzilka. “Matt brings significant budget knowledge to the position, along with a great deal of experience and enthusiasm, and we are looking forward to working collaboratively with Matt for the betterment of the North Tonawanda community.”

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