Norma Scott retires from city after 31 years
When Norma Scott, City Clerk and Administrative Assistant, started working for the City of Lake Stevens over 30 years ago, the population was only $1,720 people.
In the last three decades not only has the city grown to 28,960 but the way the Scott did her job changed as well.
"All records were either written by hand or typewriter (what's that?) which changed with the rapid advancement in computer technology," Scott said.
Scott left eh city on Friday, January 17 after a farewell from co-workers. While she won't miss the increasing complexity of processing public records requests" she will miss the staff and the friends she has made within the city over the last 31 years.
I will miss the enjoyment of working together with City staff and interaction with the wonderful Lake Stevens community. Lake Stevens will always hold a special place in my heart," she said.
The staff hopes for the best for Scott as she enjoys her days as a retired citizen.
"Norma has spent 31 years serving the citizens of Lake Stevens, she will be truly missed," Lake Stevens City Administrator Jan Berg said.
Scott looks forward to spending more time with family among other hobbies.
"I will be able to enjoy more traveling, home time, gardening, taking classes and of course spending time with my grandkids."