County loses its superior court clerk

MIDDLEBURY — It might be two months before state judiciary officials replace Addison County Superior Court Clerk Jo LaMarche, who resigned late last month to become assistant to newly appointed U.S. District Court Judge Geoffrey Crawford.
Maureen Mulligan, operations manager at Addison County’s Frank Mahady Courthouse, said LaMarche announced her decision to leave around a month ago. LaMarche joined the courthouse staff early in 2008, and in 2010 oversaw reorganization of the Superior, Family, District and Environmental courts within the building as separate divisions of a newly created “unified Vermont Superior Court.”
In the short term, Rutland County Superior Court Clerk Terri Corsones will serve as interim superior court clerk for Addison County, according to Mulligan.
It remains to be seen when a permanent successor will be appointed to the Addison County vacancy.
Patricia Gabel, Vermont’s court administrator, said LaMarche’s former job — per state policy — will remain vacant for six to eight weeks in an effort to keep the state’s judiciary spending in line with its budget.
“We will be using the time during this transition period to see how we are staffed in Addison County and make some decisions after that,” Gabel said.

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