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Posted on: September 16, 2020

City of Robinson Appoints Elizabeth “Liz” Caraway as New City Secretary

Elizabeth Liz Caraway

City of Robinson Appoints Elizabeth “Liz” Caraway as New City Secretary

ROBINSON, Texas – The Robinson City Council appointed Elizabeth “Liz” Caraway to serve as City Secretary at their September 1, 2020 meeting. She is set to begin on September 22, 2020.

Caraway has served as Assistant City Secretary for the City of Waco since 2016 and has over seven years of experience in city government. At the City of Waco, Caraway served as the Special Projects Coordinator and primarily worked with the city’s records management program, public information requests, and boards and commissions. Caraway graduated from Tarleton State University, where she received a Bachelor’s in Political Science and History. She is currently in her fourth year of the Texas Municipal Clerks Certification Program offered through the University of North Texas. 

“We are excited to welcome Mrs. Caraway as her experience and energy should be a great asset to our great city,” stated Mayor Bert Echterling.  I look forward to working with her.”

The City Secretary is responsible for posting public meetings, preparing and filing all Council meeting minutes, and conducting general elections. The City Secretary also publishes and codifies ordinances as required, handles all public information requests, and serves as the city’s records management officer

“It is an honor to serve the citizens of Robinson as their new City Secretary. I appreciate the confidence that the City Council as well as City management has in me, as I begin this role,” said Caraway. “I am very fortunate to be joining the City’s team and look forward to learning more about the City of Robinson as well as working with the Robinson community, Council, and staff in achieving their goals for this amazing city.”

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