One of Warren County's row officers has announced that she will not seek re-election.
Monday was the first day of the final year of service for Treasurer Nancy Siggins.
After 30 years in various capacities in the treasurer's office, Siggins said, "I've been here since 1980 and it's time."
She started in the office part-time processing doe licenses for six years before becoming a full-time county employee. Prior to her first election in 2004 Siggins was deputy secretary for 10 years.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my job," Siggins said Monday. "I've enjoyed working with the public. This office is mostly public service."
The paper portion of the job has seen some major changes in recent years.
"There have been the most changes the last few years," she said. "We're trying to move forward with technology."
With the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission offering online licenses for a handful of years and dog licenses available online for the first time last year, the treasurer's office sees fewer paper applications.
"It's not about the paper-work; it's about the people-work," Siggins said. "I've fully enjoyed that."