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February 20, 2002
Hagerstown city clerk resigns Hagerstown City Clerk Anna Pennesi resigned Tuesday, and plans to move to Tennessee. "I'm glad that I had the opportunity to experience government work," said Pennesi, who became city clerk in July 2000. Pennesi said she quit after "learning of the opportunity to relocate" to Tennessee. "Anna has done a nice job streamlining procedures," City Administrator Bruce Zimmerman said. As city clerk, Pennesi attended all Mayor and City Council meetings, prepared minutes of those meetings, updated the city code to reflect new legislation, and was responsible for maintenance of all official documents, resolutions, ordinances and records of city business.
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NEWS
June 15, 2000
The City of Hagerstown appointed a city clerk Thursday, filling a position that has been vacant since May. Anna M. Pennesi will begin work on July 5, according to City Administrator Bruce Zimmerman. Pennesi is the administrative assistant/assistant secretary for the Hagerstown Washington County Industrial Foundation, Inc. She provides administrative support to Community Foundation of Washington County and the Dick Kelly Memorial Foundation Inc. Prior to joining CHIEF in May 1998, she worked at Citicorp Credit Services Inc. for seven years.
NEWS
By DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | March 28, 2000
Hagerstown City Clerk Gann Breichner is retiring at the end of April to spend more time with her family, she announced Tuesday evening. Breichner's announcement surprised many, including some City Council members, who thanked Breichner for her service and assistance over the years. Breichner, city clerk since 1982, said she is retiring for personal reasons. She plans on becoming a "full-time grandmother" - spending more time with her two young grandchildren who live in Hagerstown.
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