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NEWSLETTER

City Clerk’s Office

Posted on: March 5th, 2015

City Clerk’s Office

Robin Waizenegger

City Clerk-Treasurer

Mission Statement of Department

The City Clerk-Treasurer advises and guides the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Port Jervis on the adoption of a financial plan to operate the City during its fiscal year, which is January 1st through December 31st. The adopted budget provides for the necessary services for a community of 8,860 in the areas of public safety, health, transportation, economic assistance, support services, culture, and recreation, and general administrative services.

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., excluding holidays

The Office of the City Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for or provides the following:

  • Accounting – Maintains all accounting records and systems for the City.
  • Accounts Payable – Codes and pays all bills and   invoices for purchases made by the City.
  • Auditing – Completes internal auditing in preparation for certification of financial statements by an outside certified public accounting firm and coordinates compliance with all external audit requirements.
  • Budget – Directs and monitors the City budget.
  • Cash Management – Controls and manages all cash, investments, and borrowings.
  • City Code – Maintain local laws and amendments to the City Code and Charter.

 

  • Computer Coordination – Troubleshoots and maintains computers, networking, and software as necessary.
  • Elections – Coordinates of all public elections conducted in the City and submits to Orange County and New York State information for all elected and appointed officials.
  • FOIL Request Form– Processes all Freedom of Information Law requests. FOIL Request Law

 

  • Grants – Controls and manages all grants received by the City, including claims administration and audit.
  • Human Resources – Maintains and processes all personnel records and implements human resource policies, including hiring and terminations.
  • Insurance – Coordinates all insurance policies on behalf of the City and Fire Department, including claims administration.
  • Licensing– Issues Bingo and Games of Chance licenses.
  • Licensing– Issues all marriages licenses in the City.
  • Licensing Issues taxi, taxi driver, street vendor, and use permits and licenses.
  • Licensing– Issues and maintains all records of New York State dog licenses for animals in the City and coordinates with the Animal Control Officer and the Local Humane Society.
  • Overnight Parking Passes – Overnight parking is allowed in designated city lots with a pass from December 1 to March 31 when all vehicles must be off the City Streets from the hours of 1 am-6 am to facilitate plowing.  Pass can be obtained starting November 1st of each year.
  • Meeting Minutes—Supervises and records all minutes of public meetings and ensures open meeting laws are followed.
  • Notary Services – Provides licensed notaries in New York State for processing legal documents for the City and its citizens.
  • Parking Tickets 2020 – Administer the collection of all parking tickets fines in coordination with City Court and a third-party agency.
  • Payroll – Conduct all payroll activities of the City.
  • Purchasing – Issues all orders for materials, goods, and equipment in conjunction with New York State approved purchasing policies and bidding procedures.
  • Records Retention – Controls retention and storage of all City records.
  • Tax Sale – Conduct annual Tax Sale of property due to delinquency.
  • Taxes – Administers and collects taxes for the City, County, and School tax delinquencies.
  • Vital Records – Processes and maintains all birth, marriage, and death records that occur within the City limits.
  • Water Billing – Produce billing for all water consumption, maintains accounts receivable system and collection of water rent accounts.

Number of Employees: 5

Hours Of Operation: Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; excluding holidays
Description: The City Clerk-Treasurer advises and guides the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Port Jervis on the adoption of a financial plan to operate the City during its fiscal year, which is January 1st through December 31st.
Contact Person: Robin Waizenegger
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