Governor appoints Frenchville woman to registrar post

FORT KENT, Maine — Maine Gov. Janet Mills has appointed Amy Ouellette of Frenchville as Registrar of Deeds for Northern Aroostook County.

Ouellette will begin training for the position Dec. 28 and will officially assume the new role effective Jan. 1, 2021.

“I’m pretty excited and anxious to serve the public in a different capacity,” Ouellette said.  

Ouellette has been the certified town clerk, deputy tax collector and registrar for the town of Madawaska since 2015. 

The Maine Town & City Clerk’s Association selected Ouellette for their “Rookie of the Year” award in 2016.

Aroostook County Administrator Ryan D. Pelletier worked with Ouellette when he was Madawaska town manager. 

“I am pleased that Governor Mills has appointed Amy Ouellette as the next Registrar of Deeds to serve Northern Aroostook County,” Pelletier said.  “I had the pleasure of working with her during my time in Madawaska and she brings a high level of enthusiasm and customer service dedication to her new role”

Ouellette lives in Frenchville with her two children. 

Her term will expire Dec. 31, 2022.

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