Angela Clem Reappointed Woodstock Town Manager
Angela Clem was recently reappointed as Woodstock Town Manager.
The reappointment was the result of a unanimous vote by Woodstock’s Town Council, and her new five-year contract will begin on July 1st. Clem has worked for Woodstock for 13 years, starting in the Public Works Department in 2006 before becoming a Planner in the Municipal Office, and then the Assistant Town Manager under Reid Wodicka. In a Monday email, Clem said that she plans to continue to invest in the programs and infrastructure that promote economic development in Woodstock, and will work to retain the town’s talented workforce.
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