The Office of the City Clerk is a time honored and vital part of local government and exists throughout the world. The Office of the City Clerk is the oldest among public servants. City Clerk’s are entrusted with maintaining, processing, and recording all proceedings and other records of the City to include minutes, contracts, deeds, grants, ordinances, and resolutions. We are the official keepers of the municipal records and provide the professional link between the citizens, the local governing bodies, and agencies of government at other levels.
I married my High School sweetheart Burl in August of 1976 and we have been married ever since. We have two wonderful married daughters, Brandy and Brooke, and two precious grandbabies, Parker and Paisley.
I completed my educational requirements for my certification as a Certified Municipal Clerk from the University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies in 2007 and acquired my Certification as a Certified Municipal Clerk from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks in 2008. I also obtained the professional designation as a Certified Municipal Court Clerk/Magistrate in 2007 after completing the educational requirements for certification from the University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies, the Administrative Office of Courts, and the Alabama League of Municipalities.
I love working with the citizens of Chelsea and the awesome businesses and business owners we have here. I also really enjoy the great relationships I share with my Mayor, Council members, and Co-Workers. Our City slogan, “It’s All About Family”, really does apply here!
As I look back on my life, I can clearly see the plan that God has prepared for me with the City of Chelsea. In July, 1986, One month after I married the love of my life, Don King, I joined the Chelsea Vol. Fire Dept. Don and I were very active in the dept. I became a first responder to run wreck/ medical calls, voted VP of the women's auxiliary and also, voted to uphold the dept.'s treasurers position. As the department grew and the Town of Chelsea was formed, there became a need for our community to have a paid dept. instead of relying on volunteers. It was then merged with the town and later became Chelsea Fire & Rescue. I was hired by Mayor Niven, Oct. 1, 2000, to carry on my duties of the fire dept. and other duties of the town. Our office was held on the 2nd floor of the First National Bank building (currently Renasant Bank). With very little space, we carried on the business there for several years. In 2006 our beautiful City Hall was built. In this building I have held several different positions over the years, including, Library assistant, Receptionist, Fire Clerk, Accounts Receivables clerk, Accounts Payables clerk and just recently (Oct. 2013) I was appointed the City Treasurer for the City of Chelsea. This job is primarily responsible for managing the revenue and cash flow of the city, banking, reporting of monthly/yearly reports, disbursements of municipal funds, payroll, employee personnel files, capital projects and assisting auditors...I am very proud and honored to uphold this position and look forward to what the future holds for me with the City of Chelsea!
I was born and raised in Chelsea and have always been fortunate to live by family. My Family and my faith are two very important things to me. As many know, my world revolves around my two beautiful daughters, Cindy (Kevin) and Kristen (RJ). In my spare time I love to travel or just relax at home.
May God bless each and every one of you, as you make the City of Chelsea “YOUR” home!
I began my employment with the City of Chelsea in March 2006. My main responsibility is being GIS Coordinator. I keep maps current with any new city limit changes and annexations. I keep our US Census information current and well as working with FEMA regarding Flood Maps. I coordinate any special events for the city like the Annual Chelsea Christmas Parade, Homecoming Parade and Big Kaboom. I also work with the Chelsea Youth Club on scheduling ballpark usage and lighting. I work with our webmaster to keep our website current.
My husband, Keith, and I have lived in Chelsea since 1997. We have raised our children, Preston and Savannah, here and are proud to call Chelsea Home.
Born in Bessemer, lived there until I married in 1985. Graduated from McAdory High School in 1980 and attended University of Montevallo. We moved to Wilsonville in 1985 and into our house now in the Chelsea area 1996.
I like to read (of course) but end up listening to the books more that sitting down and reading. I bowl 2 nights a week and love to crochet, and participate in church activities.
The thing that I love most about working in the library is helping people find the books they want or need. The best thing a patron can say to me is that they enjoyed a book that I recommended and then get other books by that same author.