21 Church Street, Vernon, NJ 07462
The Vernon Township Clerk is appointed by the township council and serves an initial term of three years. The word “clerk” is perhaps a misnomer as people tend to equate the position with that of a low-level general office worker. Within the context of the public sector and, more specifically, municipal government, the clerk is a senior official responsible for a staggering amount of duties—duties that run the gamut from granting a bingo license to certifying election results.
For starters, the clerk’s office is the public face of local government. Have a question? A complaint? Need direction about how to address a government-related matter? Because the office of the clerk is involved in nearly every aspect of daily operations in the township, chances are it has the answer or can tell you who does.
More specifically, the clerk’s office handles the following:
What you are unable to find at the Vernon Township Clerk’s Office can probably be found at the Sussex County Clerk’s Office . Located on Spring Street in Newton, the county clerk provides the following:
21 Church Street
Vernon, NJ 07462
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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