County clerks to gather for winter conference

Larimer County Clerk and Recorder Angela Myers announced Jan. 8 that she and her office will be hosting the Colorado County Clerks Association Winter Conference, Jan. 18 to 20 at the Fort Collins Hilton.

“Colorado County Clerks are an extremely collaborative group, and it will be wonderful to have clerks and their staff from across the state here in our neighborhood,” Myers said.

The State of Colorado is made up of 64 counties and each has a Clerk and Recorder, nearly all of which are elected to their positions and are responsible for (among other things) election administration, recording of property records and vehicle titling and licensing.

The CCCA conferences include very full schedules focused on training and best practices that include the Secretary of State and his staff, as well as representatives from the Department of Revenue. These meetings are well attended by the Clerks themselves and their staff, with participants numbering in the hundreds.

“It’s not only the direct learning modules that provide value in these conferences, it is also the opportunity to collaborate with other clerks, talk about what works in various offices and what challenges have been faced,” Myers added.

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