CLAREMONT, NH–The city assessor for Claremont is leaving her position at the end of March and has opted to take a position with the City of Lebanon, NH, City Manager Ryan McNutt announced Thursday morning.
Marlene Jordan began her career with the city of Claremont in 2006 as the clerk in the Assessing Department. In 2008 Jordan became the assessing technician under Claremont’s Chief Assessor at the time, Edward Tinker, and later under Chief Assessor Dan Langille.
In 2012 Jordan became the head Assessor for the Department. She oversaw the office during two citywide revaluation of all properties in 2009 and 2014, which were conducted by an outside firm.
“I am thankful for the support and opportunities that the City have provided me during this past eleven years,” Jordan said. “I have truly enjoyed my tenure with the City and I am more than grateful for the encouragement given to me in pursuing my professional growth and goals.”
Jordan’s last day with City is March 29 although “she wanted to point out that she lives in Claremont, loves living in Claremont, and will continue to serve on the Planning Board,” said McNutt.
The City has issued job advertisements for the position, and the City Manager intends to conduct interviews with candidates immediately. He hopes to find a candidate for the position before the end of the 2018 fiscal year in July. The City is looking to put in place a temporary contracted Assessor during the search process.
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