Sandy Langley, longtime, former City Clerk of Deephaven, Greenwood, Woodland, and Wayzata has been elected President for the Municipal Clerks & Finance Officers Association of Minnesota (MCFOA) for 2011-2012. The election was held during the Association’s Annual Conference in St. Cloud, Minnesota, on March 17, 2011.
The MCFOA was established in 1937 to promote professional standards for City Clerks and Finance Officers. The Association provides educational opportunities through regional meetings and annual conferences and sponsors continuing education workshops for its certification program.
This honor and professional recognition comes after a 31 year long career in municipal government. Ms. Langley relocated to the comforts of Northern Minnesota after Wayzata terminated the position of City Clerk. She now contributes her talents to the City of Crosby, Minnesota. She has also been awarded the designation of MN Certified Municipal Clerk on the State and International levels.
The MCFOA has over 800 members from throughout the State of Minnesota, including city clerks, treasurers, clerk-treasurers, clerk-administrators, finance officers and deputy city clerks.