Wednesday, May 22, 2019

City Clerk/Treasurer Phyllis Hudson will retire May 31

City Clerk/Treasurer Phyllis Hudson, right, and Mayor Grayson
Vandegrift sit at the head of the table at City Council meetings.
City Clerk/Treasurer Phyllis Hudson, a fixture at Midway City Hall for more than two decades, will retire at the end of the month, Mayor Grayson Vandegrift told City Council members and the news media today.

"Phyllis has served the City of Midway diligently and consistently for 21 years, more than a decade of that as city clerk/treasurer," Vandegrift wrote. "She leaves the city in the best financial shape it’s ever been in, and on behalf of the citizens I want to thank her for her incredible service and wish her the happiest of retirements."

Vandegrift wrote that the job opening "will begin being posted next week."

An earlier version of this story quoted the mayor as saying Hudson had been with the city 23 years. He said he spoke in error.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Phylis will be missed and thank her for her service to this wonderful village!