The county administrator is appointed by the board of supervisors and acts as a liason between the board of supervisors and county departments, constitutional officers, the state judiciary, as well as federal, regional, state and local agencies.
The board of supervisors also appoints a clerk, responsible for coordinating agenda items for meetings, as well as records management of action taken or not taken by the board. The executive administrative assistant acts as clerk and also manages Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
The administration department is also responsible for disseminating information to the public through various channels. Communications and community engagement coordinates with other departments to publicize county programs, events, policy changes and initiatives. For more info on how to stay connected, visit here.
Maintain minutes of all the official Board meetings within established time frames to insure accurate accounting of official Board actions
Provide assistance to the Board of Supervisors in responding to constituent concerns and requests within three working days
Provide leadership and accountability in promoting quality customer service, innovation, responsibility, and fiscal prudence
Enhance Internet access to provide citizens with increased County Information
Initiate workforce development strategies to include review of the performance based pay plan