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Reid resigns as Porterdale city clerk for new position with Stonecrest
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Megan Reid, city clerk, announces her resignation from the city of Porterdale. - photo by File Photo

PORTERDALE, Ga. - After working for the city of Porterdale for 11 years, Megan Reid announced her resignation from the city clerk position last month to the mayor and council. Her final day will be Friday. 

Reid will start her new position as city clerk for the city of Stonecrest Monday and she is "super excited" for the opportunity. 

"I was just looking for growth," Reid said. "It is a new city and it's near my house - I live in Rockdale - and I've been here for 11 years and think I have grown as far as I can here."

Reid said she started her career with the city in an interim accounts payable position and transitioned into several positions before being named city clerk in 2012. 

"As the city clerk in a small town, you do many many jobs," she said. "I've done these many many jobs for a long time."

Reid said the city council will have to post advertisements for the position to being the search for her replacement. In the meantime, Rachel Baker has been named interim city clerk. Baker has worked for the city for almost two years as a probation officer. 

"She's very bright," Reid said.