The Susquehanna County Courthouse was built in the Greek Revival style – one of the architectural styles prominent in the Montrose Historic District which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. STAFF PHOTO/STACI WILSON

The following is an open letter to the residents of Susquehanna County from Treasurer Jason Miller:

Psychologist Abraham Maslow once said, “In any given moment we have two options: to step forward into growth or step back into safety.”  For the past six years I have had the honor of serving my fellow residents of Susquehanna County as your County Treasurer.  It is with great gratitude, and a little bit of sorrow, that I have decided to resign from this elected position, effective May 2, to further my growth and career in the private sector. 

I would like to thank the residents of this wonderful county for their support during my tenure.  I have had the opportunity to meet so many great people.  I am proud to say I served all of you with honor and integrity, no matter what your political affiliation might be.

I leave behind an office that has seen several upgrades in technology during my tenure, records that are complete and accurate, and a well-organized office. I am also leaving behind three amazing friends whom I have had the privilege of working with, my deputies Rebecca, Sandy, and Leighanna.  My deputies have been cross trained in all aspects of the office so I know, without a doubt, that the transition will be seamless, and services will not be interrupted.

Once again it has truly been an honor to serve you and hope that our paths will cross again in the future.




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