The principal record keeper for the county and preserves all legal instruments, including deeds, mortgages, plat maps, liens and military discharge papers, filed by private citizens and public officials.
Serves as the secretary to several boards and posts the agenda for their meetings, records all of the proceedings and files all pertinent documents.
Assists the county in its financial affairs including claims, warrants, payroll, budgeting.
Serves as the purchasing agent for the county through a regulated, systematic process to make certain tax dollars are being spent appropriately
Ensures that all the financial transactions of the county comply with state law
Is responsible for recording all appropriations and expenditures for each county office and department
Some content may be extracted from OSU Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet AGEC-802 and/or the County Training Program website. More complete information is available from these sources.