Nancy Sue Shollenberger was re-elected City Clerk in April 2012. She was first elected to this office in 1984 and has served as City Clerk ever since. Ms. Shollenberger ran a secretarial and answering service in Sierra Madre for 30 years. In 2000 she closed down the answering service business and now runs a secretarial and notary service.
About the Office of the City Clerk
The City Clerk is elected to a four-year term. Among the responsibilities of this office are recording the minutes of the City Council, Financing Authority, and Community Redevelopment Agency meetings, advertising legal notices, codifying newly adopted municipal codes, administering oaths, ensuring that city staff and elected and appointed officials comply with State Conflict of Interest and Campaign Reporting Laws, providing notary services, and managing municipal elections.