Monroe County Clerk Cheryl Dinolfo has been honored for the second consecutive year with a Special Achievement Award by the New York State Association of County Clerks (NYSACC). Dinolfo was recognized for her efforts in opposing former Governor Spitzer's plan to provide Driver's Licenses to illegal immigrants, providing leadership on a variety of technology initiatives, including electronic filing and retrieval of records, and her efforts as Co-Chair of the NYSACC's courts committee. In addition, she was also nominated for the second year in a row by her fellow County Clerks from the Finger Lakes Region for the NYSACC County Clerk of the Year Award.
"After working closely with Cheryl for the last few years, I know that she is hard working and dedicated with an eye for the issues we need to work together, as County Clerks, to address on behalf of our constituents," said Livingston County Clerk Jim Culbertson, President of New York State Association of County Clerks. "She is certainly deserving of this recognition."
"I am honored to be recognized by my peers throughout New York State," said Dinolfo. "As County Clerks, we consistently strive to provide quality customer service at the lowest cost to taxpayers. Through programs like Renew Monroe, online driver permit testing and our efforts partnering with the Court System to improve technology, my fellow Clerks and I are working together on behalf of taxpayers."
County Clerk Dinolfo is currently Co-Chair of NYSACC's Courts Committee overseeing the electronic filing initiative with the State Office of Court Administration. She is also a member of the organization's Technology Task Force and Chair of the Finger Lakes Region of NYSACC.