The Clerk of Council does more than take minutes for Council and their Committees. The Charter of the City of Monroe requires that the Council, by a majority vote, appoint a Clerk of Council who shall serve at the pleasure of Council. The Clerk may be appointed to serve full-time or part-time and the Council may assign the duties of the Clerk of Council to any employees of the Municipality as an additional duty.

The Clerk shall give notice of Council meetings, keep the Journal, advertise public hearings, record in separate books all ordinances and resolutions enacted by Council and have the same published in the manner provided by this Charter. The Clerk shall perform such other duties as may be assigned to the Clerk by this Charter or by ordinance.  In the absence of the Clerk of Council, Council shall appoint a temporary clerk for the purpose of recording minutes of the meeting.

The City Clerk has direct signature authority and their signature is required on all Ordinances Resolutions, and other official documents of the City. The City Clerk's office is a citywide information and document resource, and is the official records management office for City Council.

I am proud to serve as Clerk of Council for the City of Monroe.  In addition to holding this position I also serve as Assistant to the City Manager, Secretary to the Personnel Board, and Secretary to the Records Commission.  I am responsible for Human Resources/Personnel Management/Employee Benefits, Public Information, City’s website, and social media. If you are not sure which department of the City to contact with any questions, concerns, suggestions, or complaints do not hesitate to contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 513-539-7374 extension 1012.  You can send in information through regular U.S. Mail to Angela S. Wasson, 233 South Main Street, P. O. Box 330, Monroe, Ohio  45050-0330.  

I am currently a member of the Ohio Municipal Clerks’ Association, International Institute of Municipal Clerks, Ohio City/County Management Association, and National Public Employer Labor Relations Association. 


  • Promote effective communication among City Council, employees and the public
  • Simplifying processes, procedures, and systems
  • Treat the public with respect and dignity
  • Staying abreast of current laws as well as any changes in the laws
  • Preserving the City's history and making it available to the public through a highly effective and sound records management program
  • Carrying out and promoting the organization goals of City Council

History of the Clerk.