Jason Robinson, Scotland County Deputy Clerk to the Board of Commissioners, has been elected President of the North Carolina Association of County Clerks to the Boards of Commissioners. Mr. Robinson was unanimously elected at the annual business meeting held recently in Greenville. He is the first clerk from Scotland County to be elected president in the more than 40 year history of the professional clerk’s association which represents all 100 counties.
Mr. Robinson previously has served on the board of directors, treasurer, vice-president and finally president.
“It is a humbling experience to be elected from amongst my peers across the state and I appreciate the faith they have shown in me by electing me to this position. I am honored by the opportunity to represent Scotland County as the president of the association. To be the first clerk from Scotland County to be elected as president of the association is a wonderful experience. I also would like to thank the Scotland County Board of Commissioners for giving me the opportunity to serve the good people of Scotland County”, stated Robinson.
Mr. Robinson was appointed as Deputy Clerk to the Board in February and served 10 years as Clerk to the Board of Commissioners in Yancey County before coming to Scotland County.
Attached Photo: Scotland County Deputy Clerk to the Board signs oath of office as president of the North Carolina Clerk’s Association