Tuesday, January 25, 2022

County Employment began in 1993:
Wyoming County Treasurer Cheryl Mayer announces early retirement

Wyoming County Treasurer Cheryl D. Mayer has announced her early retirement citing health reasons. Mayer is a longtime Wyoming County employee. She was first elected treasurer in 2005, replacing former treasurer John Edwards.

Mayer began her employment with Wyoming County in 1993. She served in various positions at Wyoming County Community Hospital before moving to the County Administrator’s Office as administrative assistant while completing her bachelor’s degree in Management and Economics.

She served as President of the New York State County Treasurer and Finance Officer Association in 2016. She was recognized in 2017 by a vote of her peers as the County Finance Official of the Year by members of the New York State County Treasurers” and Finance Officers’ Association.

Mayer said in a news release that the time she has served as county treasurer have been some of the most rewarding years of her life. She strongly recommends that county treasurer remain an elected position, as she said it offers the best true opportunity to provide the checks and balances that all governments should aspire to provide to their constitutes, providing an independent advocate for the taxpayers.

Deputy Treasurer Robin LaWall will take over Mayer’s duties. Mayer said LaWall’s experience will help her team maintain a professional and independent checks and balances for Wyoming County residents.

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