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A New Chapter for Linda Dudek
Linda Dudek
Linda Dudek, who has served as Killingworth Town Clerk since 2005, is retiring from her position on October 2.

Linda was Assistant Town Clerk for over a decade before becoming Town Clerk. She had also served as an assistant to the Probate Court when it was in Killingworth.

"Linda worked to make the Town Clerk's office as transparent, accessible, and convenient as possible for the public," said First Selectwoman Cathy Iino. "The town owes her a huge debt of gratitude for the way she conducted the office and strengthened its operations."

A few of the many improvements she made were making digital land records available to the public 24/7; introducing an on-line dog license renewal program; creating a records management program for all town departments; organizing the electronic codification and on-line posting of the town charter, ordinances, and regulations.

Perhaps as important as those advances in efficiency are the personal care she gave each individual. She went out of her way to help people who had trouble coming into the office during regular hours or who needed extra reminders about legal requirements. She set a tone of civility and respect that will be a lasting legacy in the Town Clerk's office.

Former First Selectman David LeVasseur, now with the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, said, "Linda Dudek maintained the highest standards of integrity and professionalism in the Town Clerk's office. Killingworth has been fortunate to have her services for so many years."

A lifelong resident of Killingworth, Linda is a member of the Parmelee Farm Committee and of the Board of the Killingworth Historical Society. She is a life member of the Killingworth Land Conservation Trust and a former president and treasurer of the Middlesex County 4-H Advisory Committee. She plans to stay active in town in many new ways.