Clerk to the Commission

Tonya Grier, Director
The Clerk to the Commission is officially responsible for the County seal and the retention and preservation of official records, including meeting agendas, minutes, resolutions, ordinances, and appointments to more than 60 county-appointed boards and authorities. The Clerk to the Commission's primary role is to efficiently and effectively manage the goals and expectations of the Board of Commissioners.

Key Performance Indicators

Description: Percentage of BOC minutes submitted within 10 days
Why is this important: The Clerk to the Commission Office is responsible for producing timely and accurate actions by the BOC as mandated by state law.

Description: Percentage of Official documents executed/published/filed within 10 days of adoption/receipt/authorization
Why is this important: It is the responsibility of the department to maintain records consistent with BOC actions.

Description: Percentage of Minutes approved without correction
Why is this important: The Clerk's Office is responsible for the records and any actions taken by the Board of Commissioners. Accuracy of the minutes reflect the will and expectations of the BOC and provides an efficient historic compilation of the Board's legislative decisions.

Description: Percentage of customers who indicate their expectations were met when receiving service from the Department.
Why is this important: The Clerk's Office is responsible for efficiently managing the Board of Commissioners' expectations and goals.