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New San Carlos city clerk named
July 10, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Crystal Mui

Crystal Mui, who has been acting San Carlos city clerk the past five months, has been named to the position permanently, the city announced yesterday.

Mui has been filling in the position while then-city clerk Christine Boland served as acting parks and recreation director. Boland has since been named to that slot permanently and City Manager Jeff Maltbie said Mui proved she is well equipped to take on the clerk’s job.

“Crystal brings with her strong coordinating and organizational skills and has excelled in her work as the acting director. I know that she will continue to be a major contributor to the city in the years ahead,” Maltbie said in a prepared statement.

Mui joined the city in October 2006 as the administrative assistant to the administrative services director before later moving to the city clerk’s office to serve the same position. She began her career in the public sector in 2002 as an intern for the city of Burlingame and, when she left, was the executive assistant for the city manager/city attorney’s office.

Mui was raised in Millbrae and spent most of her life on the Peninsula. In 2006, she earned a bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University and is currently in the process of becoming a certified municipal clerk.

 

 

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