Clerk to the Board of Supervisors:
As Clerk to the Board of Supervisors, the Auditor performs a variety of duties. The Auditor accepts petitions, registers complaints, or acts on routine business in the absence of the Board. The Auditor prepares Board meeting agendas, notifies the media, attends all Board meetings, keeps and records Board meeting minutes, and publishes the proceedings in the official County newspapers. The Auditor initiates bid notices, solicits proposals for County contracts for materials and services, and receives contract proposals.
Official papers dealing with Board of Supervisors’ business are referenced and maintained by the Auditor. County Ordinances are prepared, published, recorded, and maintained by the County Auditor.
Custodian of the Courthouse:
The Auditor is the Custodian of the Courthouse under the direction of the Board of Supervisors. This responsibility includes not only general maintenance and repair of the building, but also issues involving office space, records storage, and disaster recovery.