Banks' Lanter installed as OAMR President
The Oregon Association of Municipal Recorders (OAMR) recently installed Banks City Recorder Angie Lanter, MMC, as 2020-2021 OAMR President. Ms. Lanter received the oath of office at the association's Annual Business Meeting held virtually, on September 25, 2020.
Lanter began working for the City of Banks in 2004 and previously worked for the City of Forest Grove from 1992-2004. She has been an active member of OAMR since 2013 and served as the Region II Director for three years. In addition, Lanter served on numerous committees, including the Special Projects/Fundraising Committee (2013-present), City Recorder's Procedure Manual (2013-present and Chair 2015-2019) and Audit Committee (2016-present and Chair 2017- present), and Mentor Committee (2018-present). She received her Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designation in 2016 and the prestigious Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation in 2018 from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.
Lanter is also a past board member of the Western Washington County Firefighter's Association.
OAMR is a professional organization dedicated to promoting governmental relationships and providing educational and training opportunities for over 200 Oregon city recorders statewide, with goals of providing numerous opportunities for professional development and education. They provide programs and activities that assist their members with the welfare and positive advancement of municipal government, and provide opportunities for networking, leadership, communication, training, and professional growth.
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