WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington has a new Town Clerk.
At last week’s Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting, Town Manager Jeff Hull announced the appointment of Beth Lawrenson to position of Town Clerk.
Lawrenson has been serving as Acting Town Clerk following the departure of former Town Clerk Christine Touma-Conway in September 2021. She had served as Assistant Town Clerk since February 2021.
Lawrenson has been a Town Hall employee for nearly a decade.
“Ms. Lawrenson has worked for the Town since March 2012,” explained Hull. “Hired as the senior clerk in the Planning & Conservation Office, she quickly learned the ropes with a specific focus on supporting the Conservation Commission. In June of 2016, Beth was appointed to serve as senior clerk in the Town Clerk’s Office where she expanded her skills to include maintenance of vital records, issuance of dog licenses, and supporting the efforts associated with local, state and federal elections and annual and special town meetings.”
Lawrenson, a long-time resident of Wilmington, previously worked for the Wilmington Public Schools system and a local real estate agency. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Middlesex Community College.
“Beth will guide the department in serving the public in a professional and responsive manner,” said Hull, noting she possesses a trait of always working with residents in a positive and productive manner.
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