July 29, 2009
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Next week, Moffat County will say hello to a new county assessor, treasurer, commissioner and sheriff. But first, the community has to say goodbye to Robert Razzano, Elaine Sullivan, Tim Jantz and Tom Mathers.
For Moffat County Clerk and Recorder Elaine Sullivan, Tuesday will be one she won’t soon forget. And even though she has done it twice before, she doesn’t think the day’s activities will be any less moving. Sullivan will join seven other elected officials at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Moffat County District Court to be sworn into their respective elected offices. The ceremony will be a completely new experience for some, and for others it will be one they have had the honor of participating in several times before.
Elaine Sullivan, Moffat County’s current clerk and recorder, is likely switching offices at the Moffat County Courthouse. Term-limited as clerk, Sullivan notched a big win in Tuesday’s Moffat County Republican primary election to earn the nomination for treasurer. She said her tenure at the county, which dates back to 1981 when she became a deputy clerk, has a foundation built around the advice of her father.
Community members contribute $25 more to Sullivan's cause
Some residents who support Moffat County Clerk Elaine Sullivan's program to mail comment cards to Gov. Bill Ritter are willing to pay for it.