LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The Livingston County Board of Supervisors has declared this week ‘Municipal Clerk’s Week’ amidst celebrations of clerks and workers around the world.
The Board of Supervisors passed a resolution proclaiming the week from May 1 and May 7 to be Municipal Clerk’s Week to recognize the vital role of the Municipal Clerks in local government, as well as their contributions in serving their communities and educating the public on the significance of their roles.
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“The Livingston County Board of Supervisors recognizes the week as Municipal Clerks’ Week, extending an appreciation to all Livingston County town and village municipal clerks for providing service and their exemplary dedication to the communities that are represented,” says the resolution.
The proclamation from the Livingston County Board of Supervisors comes in the midst of May Day, often made synonymous with International Workers’ Day, which urges citizens all over the world to observe the efforts of laborers who support themselves by supporting society.
Some countries recognize the day as an official holiday. Some refer to it as Labor Day. The United States, however, designates Labor Day to the first Monday of September.