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New city of Glenwood clerk named

The city of Glenwood Springs has completed its recruiting process to fill the city clerk’s position.

Catherine Mythen, who has most recently been a deputy clerk for the town of Avon, will be the new Glenwood Springs city clerk effective Sept. 22, according to a news release from the city.

She replaced longtime Glenwood City Clerk Robin Unsworth, who retired earlier this year.

Mythen is a current resident of Gypsum, and has been with the town of Avon for five and a half years.


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