Thursday, 30 May 2013 00:00
Ronnie Shatzkamer, village administrator of the Village of Flower Hill, has been awarded Certification as Registered Municipal Clerk (RMC) by the New York State Association of City & Village Clerks for achieving its high educational, experience and participatory requirements.
Ms. Shatzkamer has been employed by the Village of Flower Hill in the position of Village Administrator for five years and has been a member in good standing of the NYS Association of City and Village Clerks for ten years.
This Certification Program was launched in 1997. The program aids municipal clerks and deputy clerks in improving job performance and recognizes the professionalism of the Municipal Clerk’s office. Stringent education and experience requirements must be met before this prestigious designation of Registered Municipal Clerk is awarded. Qualifications of applicants are reviewed and approved by the NYSACVC Registered Municipal Clerk Certification Committee.
The New York State Association of City & Village Clerks was founded in 1908 and currently has more than 600 members across New York State. The Association provides a medium for the exchange of ideas and experiences while working to enhance the professional service we render to elected officials and the communities that we serve.
If you have any questions concerning the Association or the Registered Municipal Clerk program, please do not hesitate to contact Bonnie J. Page, RMC, CMC , chairperson, NYSACVC RMC Certification.