Board Memberships

Below are Board Memberships and their responsibilities

Board of Revision Secretary

The Auditor is the permanent Secretary of the Board of Revision, whose members also include the President of the County Commissioners and the County Treasurer. It is the responsibility of the Board of Revision to rule with original jurisdiction on property assessment rolls prior to issuance of the real estate tax duplicate and to hear property valuation complaints.

ADP Board Chief Admin & Secretary

The Board of County Commissioners have established by Resolution a County Automatic Data Processing Board.  The Auditor is the Chief Administrator and permanent Secretary of the Automatic Data Processing Board. Board membership also includes the County Treasurer, the Clerk of Courts, the Recorder, the County Engineer, two members of the Board of Elections, and a County Commissioner, or a representative appointed by each.  No County office shall purchase, lease, operate, or contract for the use of any Data Processing equipment without prior approval of the Board.

Budget Commission Secretary

The Auditor is the permanent Secretary of the Budget Commission that includes the County Treasurer and the County Prosecutor. It is the responsibility of the Budget Commission to annually review the tax budgets of all taxing districts within the County and to determine that all tax levies are properly authorized.   In addition, the Commission allocates to local governments and libraries the monies for which they are eligible.

Records Commission

The Auditor is a member of the Records Commission which is comprised of the County Recorder, Prosecutor, Clerk of Courts and a County Commissioner. It is the commission's responsibility to review records management programs submitted by the various County officials and agencies and applications for records disposal or transfer.

Microfilm Board

The Auditor is a member of the Microfilm Board which comprises the County Recorder, Clerk of Courts, Prosecutor, Treasurer and a County Commissioner. It is the responsibility of the Microfilm Board to aid all County offices in records management, micrographics, conservation, and records disposal.