Santa asks Clerk of the Superior Court to safeguard the “Nice” list

Pinal County– In an unprecedented collaboration with the North Pole, Clerk of the Superior Court Chad A. Roche has been approached by two of Santa’s Clerks to safeguard the Pinal County “Nice” List. The tiny emissaries arrived last evening to file in Santa’s Nice List, as well as all of Santa’s Letters to children on that list. They were scanned and docketed until way past midnight.
“It makes sense,” said Roche, “the old process of bringing all of the letters at once just isn’t Lean Six Sigma.” Lean Six Sigma (or LSS) is a methodology of streamlining processes and has been implemented at the Clerk’s office with amazing results. “Now, at first, Santa was a little hesitant,” continued Roche, “because he was wary of anything starting with the word ‘lean.’ But after his team and mine got together, Santa was convinced.”
Because the Clerk’s office must safeguard all court records, there were several vaults for Santa’s staff to choose from. “We went with the most colorful one,” said Elf Jingle McSnowflake, “because it’s so cheery…and tall!” “Elves are always extra careful,” added Elf Pinky Twinkerton, “we want to make Santa proud.”
All parents in Pinal County are welcome to stop by the Clerk’s office tomorrow, December 20 and Monday December 23.  COSC staff will check the vault to see if Santa left a letter for their child. “If your child’s name is on the ‘Nice’ List, we have Santa’s personalized letter for them. Now, if they are on the ‘Naughty’ list, that’s another matter – I think the Sheriff’s Department is handling that!” exclaimed Steve Vilhauer, Chief Deputy.
A personalized letter to your child from Santa Claus is available during business hours on the 20th  and the 23rd in the Florence office only. No taxpayer money was used to fly the elves in from the North Pole, and all filing fees for Santa were waived as a one-time courtesy.
The Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court is committed to providing quality customer service, ensuring the integrity and access to court records by supporting the Judicial process through efficient Records Management, Financial Administration and Jury Service.
The Florence office of the Clerk of the Superior Court is located at 971 N. Jason Lopez Circle in the Pinal County Justice Complex, Building A. It is open to serve the public on weekdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Satellite offices are located in Apache Junction and Casa Grande. The office of the COSC can be reached at 520-866-5300.
To learn more about the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court in Pinal County, please visit http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/JudicialBranch/ClerkoftheSuperiorCourt/Pages/AboutUs.aspx

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