LIBERTY - Two districts may soon share a treasurer.
Rhonda Baldwin-Amorganos, treasurer for Hubbard Schools, was appointed the interim treasurer for Liberty Schools in a special meeting Monday.
The former treasurer, James Wilson, submitted his resignation to the board in October; it became effective Friday.
Baldwin-Amorganos will serve for the period ending Dec. 17, at which time both boards will decide whether to make the position permanent.
It is Liberty's intention to hire her under a shared service agreement, which Superintendent Stan Watson said is a ground-breaking move to save as much money as possible and still get an effective and accomplished person.
"She's got a lot of experience doing this and is capable of working in a dual-function position," Watson said.
Baldwin-Amorganos said although she'd be working in two different places, she expects few challenges.
She said the dual position may be a little bit overwhelming at first, but since they are neighboring districts, it will be easy for her to go back and forth between them.
"The staff here is wonderful," she said, explaining that as long as the staff is strong, the treasurer is free to perform necessary tasks, and everything falls into place.
Baldwin-Amorganos has served as Hubbard's treasurer since 2007.
In other action Monday, the board accepted the Liberty Hall of Fame's proposal to name the gym floor after Peter Prokop; there will be no cost to the board.