Yorktown Promotes Employee to Town Comptroller [Video]

Patricia Caporale, a Yorktown resident, was sworn in as town comptroller by Yorktown Town Clerk Alice Roker.

Yorktown resident Patricia Caporale, deputy comptroller for the town of Yorktown, was promoted to town comptroller by the Yorktown Town Board on Tuesday night. 

Caporale was sworn in by Yorktown Town Clerk Alice Roker and was presented with flowers by her husband and daughter. She will earn an annual salary of $92,750.

The position of town comptroller was vacated by Joan Goldberg, who served the town for 16 years, when she took the job of the first-ever town administrator in North Castle in September, 2012. 

Caporale has acted as the full-time comptroller since Goldberg left and helped the town with its 2013 budget.

"I can tell you – for me in particular – you've blown a big dose of very fresh air into the comptroller’s office," Grace told Caporale before her appointment. "I find you an absolute pleasure to work with and I think the town of Yorktown should be very proud of you and all the work that you've done. And it's a great pleasure to be able to promote from within and it's very well deserved."

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Michele January 10, 2013 at 02:02 PM
CONGRATS Patty, Yorktown town NOW has a BIG Win Win with you at the helm
Francis T McVetty January 10, 2013 at 04:11 PM
I leave you with two comments. # 1 congratulations on your appointment. #2 please take you vacation time. If you fail to do that then maybe the next time it may not be offered. This is the way the world works, use it or lose it. Enjoy the job but don't make your whole life revolve around it. You will live longer that way.


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