NOMA – There is a new face at Noma Town Hall.
Kasey Horvath–Riordan has been hired as the town's new clerk.
Riordan was raised in Fort Walton Beach but moved to Noma in 2005 with her husband, Vince.
Together they have “fur babies” and enjoy the community that Kasey says she is excited to serve.
“I am looking forward to getting to know everyone and for the opportunity to serve the Noma community,” said Riordan.
Mayor Buddy Skipper and the town council welcomed Riordan at the February 6 town council meeting, where they also said goodbye to former clerk, Lavada Copeland.
“We want to thank Lavada for doing such a great job for our town and for helping us get to where we are now,” said Skipper. “We would also like to welcome Kasey to our little family, and we look forward to working with her to help run our town."
In other items, the council signed a resolution to vacate an alley located between the old Noma School property and Milton Burdeshaw’s property. Burdeshaw has maintained the alley for the last decade and requested that the town vacate the alley.
Noma Town Council will meet again in regular session at 6 p.m., March 6.