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Saturday, December 10, 2005

New Chief Clerk: Sandy Tenney

In today's Salt Lake Tribune:
VETERAN SENATE AID NAMED CHIEF CLERK OF THE HOUSE

A longtime Utah Senate clerk has been named chief clerk of the Utah House.

House Speaker Greg Curtis appointed Sandy Tenney, House services manager, to replace outgoing clerk Carole Peterson, who retired last month. Tenney is a 20-year veteran of state government. She started her career in the Legislative Printing Office before transferring to the Senate, where she worked as the Senate services manager, reading and amending clerk.

Tenney, a member of the American Society of Legislative Clerks & Secretaries, will advise Curtis on parliamentary procedure, prepare the House Journal and supervise legislative staff.
They didn't mention her genteel nature, efficient work, and conscientious stewardship of taxpayer resources. You can read more about it here.

Congratulations Sandy, and best of luck.

3 Comments:

Blogger Marshall Hendrickson said...

Congratulations, Sandy! Best of luck with the session.

12/12/2005 11:50 AM  
Anonymous Sen Pete Knudson said...

It didn't take the House long to see what a gem they had found. Best wishes for a long and happy career in your new position. We miss you in the Senate,but take great pride in this wonderful opportunity that has come to you.

12/12/2005 5:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Sandy!!! The House is lucky to have you. Good luck keeping them in line! Sandy is the best!
Lauren Richards

12/28/2005 3:07 PM  

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