They are the voices on the phone and behind the counter, greeting the citizens and helping in every way possible. They are the ones out on the streets keeping them clear in the winter and so we can travel safely from home to work and back. They are the ones maintaining our water supply to deliver quality drinking water to all homes. They are the ones who keep the City Council up to date on important issues around the city.
They are much more!
JUNE 2016 – PRESENT
CITY CLERK/TREASURER, CITY OF CLARK FORK
Promoted in June of 2016 after the resignation of the long-time previous City Clerk Nina Riggins.
APRIL 2014 – JUNE 2016
ASSISTANT CITY CLERK, CITY OF CLARK FORK
Hired in April of 2014 to replace the previous Assistant City Clerk Brian Cantrell after his resignation.
BA-Business Management and Operations, MINOR- Human Resources, WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
AA-Business Administration, GRAYS HARBOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Moved to Idaho in 2007, Varied range of experience in many aspects of business both in the private and public sectors. Involved in business since her first job in 1993 as a Secretarial Assistant of an appraisal company.
Quote "I am happy to be working for the City of Clark Fork".
Vicki Woodward: Moved to Idaho in 1989.
Owned and operated the local Hardware/lumber yard for 27 years. Recently sold the business to semi-retire. September 2017, I was given the opportunity to continue working with the public, a decision I do not regret. I am enjoying learning a whole different business and still able to see all the local faces.
Eric Babcock (Wallie): Eric's is the Maintenance Supervisor for the City of Clark Fork and his job skills allow him to handle every aspect of the maintenance for the City. Eric moved to Clark Fork with his family in 1991. After attending Clark Fork High School, Eric moved away for a short while only to return in 2010.
He applied for and was subsequently hired by the City in 2014 for the Assistant Maintenance position and moved up to Supervisor in 2020.
Quote: "I love living in a small town like Clark Fork and I especially love fishing in North Idaho."
Mark Schecterson: All roads lead to Clark Fork!
Mark has traveled many places since leaving his hometown on the east coast back in the late 70's, but has found home here.
Mark has many tools in his proverbial tool box which he now brings to the City of Clark Fork where he assists in the Maintenance Department.
Quote: "It's a blessing to call this place home."
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