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City Clerk Resigns

May 18, 1989

Pasadena — City Clerk Pamela S. Swift submitted her resignation Tuesday to the Pasadena Board of Directors, effective July 7, to take a position with a private consulting company.

Swift, who served as Pasadena city clerk for eight years, will become executive vice president of La Mirada-based Management Services Institute, which is headed by consultant Douglas W. Ayres.

Before coming to Pasadena, Swift served as city clerk at Bellflower and California City. She was honored last year as city clerk of the year by the City Clerks Assn. of California.

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