ABOUT JULIE

YORK COUNTY – Julie Haertsch, a Manchester Township resident, is seeking the office of York County Clerk of Courts.

In announcing her bid, Haertsch pledged to utilize her proven management experience, of both people and processes, to run an office that taxpayers can trust.

Haertsch pledges to run for not more than two terms.  

Additionally, she states, “I will opt out of York County pension as well as the county health insurance benefit package – insurance benefits alone will save taxpayers at least $15,000 annually." 


“Throughout my career, I earned a reputation as a tough, honest and ethical professional who can be trusted to stand up for what is right,” Haertsch said. “That is exactly what people can count on with me to do.”

“Throughout my career, I earned a reputation as a tough, honest and ethical professional who can be trusted to stand up for what is right,” Haertsch said. “That is exactly what people can count on with me to do.”  

The necessary background and skills to run this administrative, managerial office were gained during her 18 years in the banking field, and 21 years working in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. During her career, she helped implement cost-saving initiatives, conducted human resource and credit quality audits, and oversaw and managed staff with departmental budgets. These valuable skills will enable her to “hit the ground running” on day one. “I pledge to use my years of business experience to run an office that promotes fiscal responsibility, and where taxpayer dollars are spent wisely. Haertsch said. “I’ll run a professional office that is open and transparent to ensure the public’s trust in county government.”

Julie Haertsch notes that she like to think of the Clerk of Courts Office as the “heart of the judicial process” as each case tells its own story, whether the person wants to be there or not.  She is committed to the proper recording and maintenance of legal documents for criminal cases to ensure the “brains of the judicial process”, the judges and prosecutors receive criminal packets, via electronically or by paper, in the way they will be most effective in their respective position.  Customer Service to the judicial staff is critical.

Haertsch will also utilize her credit and loan review skills to determine how to best manage outstanding cost and fines debt.  She look at each situation and draw on her banking experience reviewing bad credits with the objective of restructuring loans to strengthen the bank’s repayment position or writing off uncollectable debt.  



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