Chief Clerk

About the Clerk

Appointed by the Board of Commissioners, the Chief Clerk manages county business and Open Record Requests subject to the Right to Know Policy.

The office of the Chief Clerk is also responsible for keeping records of all administrative offices, filing papers and proceedings and attesting to all documents authorized by the Commissioners.

Moreover, the Chief Clerk has the general power to administer oaths/affirmations for the Commissioners. The Chief Clerk is also responsible for overseeing the Commissioners accounts and coordinates meetings involving the Board of Commissioners.