Responsibilities: The County Manager is the chief administrator of the County. This position is appointed by the Board of Commissioners and serves at the Board’s discretion. The major duties of the County Manager include supervising and coordinating the activities of the County departments for the Board; seeing that all orders and policies of the Board are carried out; making recommendations on appropriate matters of business; recommending an annual budget and advising the Board on the financial condition of the County; representing the County in business matters with other parties, and performing other duties assigned by the Board.
Responsibilities: This position is the official custodian of records for all actions taken by the Board of Commissioners. Responsibilities include preparing and publishing agendas, preparing minutes and the informational notebooks for the board meetings, distributing the board actions to the constitutional officers and department heads, and maintenance of the records. The Board of Commissioners have the authority to appoint a clerk who shall be a competent bookkeeper, whose duty is to keep all the records pertaining to the county’s business. The commissioners shall have the authority to fix the compensation of the clerk who shall serve at the pleasure of the board. Said clerk shall be appointed for a term of four years to coincide with the term of the newly elected board. The duties of the clerk shall be restricted to clerical work only.
The County Clerk is also the official custodian of County contracts, leases, resolutions and ordinances.
- Open Records Request can be e-mailed to Shannon.email@example.com.
- Sheriff’s office Open Records Request can be e-mailed to Brittani.firstname.lastname@example.org..
- Informational Links: Commission| Open Records Resolution | GA County Clerks Association | ACCG | GA Department of Archives
*The County Clerk is appointed every four years with each new Board along with the County Attorney.
Responsibilities: The County Attorney attends the Board of Commissioners’ meetings for the purpose of providing on-the-spot counsel and obtaining first-hand information on immediate and contemplated Commission action. The County Attorney and staff provide advice and service to County Officials and Departments. The county attorney represents all departments and officials in litigation and handles any suits against the county.