A New Face in North Tonawanda’s Clerk/Treasurer’s Office

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By: Brendan McDonough

Reporter for North Tonawanda

These is a new face at North Tonawanda City Hall. Matt Parish is the new Clerk/ Treasurer as he replaces Dan Quinn who resigned to take another position in the Niagara County Clerk’s office. 

Parish previously worked as a deputy in the Niagara County Clerks office. Before that he a manager at the North Tonawanda Department of Motor Vehicles. 

Parish says he plans to run in the November election. It is a 4-year term. 

The Clerk-Treasurer position in North Tonawanda pays $54,000.00 a year.

In a statement made to the public last week, Common Council President Eric Zadzilka said the following about Parish:

“We look forward to Matt Parish coming on as our  new Clerk/Treasurer effective January 8th, 2019.

I know from our conversations, Matt offers a new drive, a tenacity, and an energetic hit the ground running mindset we will need for the challenges that lie ahead.

The CFO of the city is an important and crucial role that can’t be vacant for even a short time in starting on our budget when we have such a highly qualified candidate with pertinent experience to execute these duties effectively. His qualifications on Formulating and weighing in on County budgets speak volumes so he needs to be appointed as North Tonawanda Clerk/Treasurer.”

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