Buckhannon looking for new city recorder


BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – An area city is looking for a new city recorder this week.

Buckhannon City Recorder Colin Reger resigned due to health and personal concerns earlier in May. Mayor David McCauley said the city is moving quickly to try and fill Reger’s position by early June.

McCauley said the requirements for the job are simple for residents of the city.

“The only requirements really are that you be a resident of the city of Buckhannon for 60 days, and a resident of the State of West Virginia for at least a year.  And as long as we received either hand-delivered or postmarked by May 25 your application, your letter of interest, you’d be in the pool for consideration,” said McCauley

McCauley said he hopes to have the new city recorder named by the first council meeting of June.

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