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Miami-Dade Clerk celebrates nearly 50 years of elected service

Wednesday, May 9, 2018   (0 Comments)

Celebrating 46 years of public service to Miami-Dade County, the Honorable Harvey Ruvin (Miami-Dade) continues to look to the future, and he was recently recognized by the National Association of Counties (NACo) with a feature on the Miami-Dade Clerk.


“The greatest challenge is always moving ahead,” Clerk Ruvin said in the feature, a sentiment that applies to technology and the environment, both of which have been strong themes throughout his career.


Clerk Ruvin has spent the last 26 years as Clerk of Court, and has also spent 20 years on the County Commission and served as NACo president in 1987 and 1988. Today, Clerk Ruvin is in charge of a 900-person staff with eight offices handling a wide range of record-keeping responsibilities for a county of nearly 2.5 million.


The full article from NACo, highlighting Clerk Ruvin’s career and plans for the future, may be found here

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