The County Attorney provides legal advice to the Board of Commissioners and its administrative staff. He or she attends all regular meetings of the board and, as needed, called meetings. The County Attorney also advises the county’s constitutional officers and assists the board in retaining any needed special counsel for specific legal matters.
The County Clerk Is responsible for recording the board of commissioners’ official actions, preparing correspondence and reports, maintaining county records, and any other responsibilities and duties as needed.
The Administrative Assistant provides administrative/secretarial support for the county administrator and the Board of Commissioners, which includes answering phones, greeting visitors. The Administrative Assistant also performs customer service functions regarding county services, activities, procedures, and other related issues.