Cindy Bailey named officer in Ohio Clerk of Courts Association


Clinton County Clerk of Courts Cindy Bailey is a newly elected officer of the Ohio Clerk of Courts Association (OCCA) for 2017.

Bailey was chosen as OCCA third vice president at its annual winter conference.

Shelby County Clerk of Courts Michele Mumford was named 2017 president of the OCCA.

The Honorable James F. Stevenson of the Shelby County Common Pleas Court installed the officers during a ceremony held earlier this month at the Crowne Plaza in Columbus.

With the beginning of a new session of the Ohio General Assembly and introduction of the state biennial budget bill, Mumford said she looks forward to working with the Department of Public Safety to ensure a smooth transition to the new Auto Title Processing System.

The Ohio Clerk of Courts Association has been an organization since 1940. It exists to assist clerks in all counties and to exercise influence in legislation that affects county clerks.

The OCCA holds monthly meetings which serve multiple purposes. Part of the meeting sessions are to present Ohio clerks with innovative solutions for issues, provide information on emerging technologies or to further educate clerks in matters that affect their offices, stated the OCCA website.

Another segment of the meeting is to discuss legislation that may affect clerks or the counties they live in.


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