Longtime Deputy Clerk Set to Retire Recognized by City
A longtime city employee who retired Oct. 4 was recognized for her dedicated service.
According to the Paradise Valley Independent, Natalie Montenegrino retired Oct. 4 after serving Paradise Valley for 25 years and was honored for her service with a town proclamation given by Mayor Michael Collins.
Montenegrino served as deputy town clerk, advisory committee support, and Tree City USA coordinator, among many others duties, Mayor Collins told the newspaper. She also completed a bachelors in science degree in human services during her time as a full-time employee with the city.
Montenegrino served seven town managers and nine mayors during her tenure, the report said, and joined the town staff on Aug. 18, 1992.
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