The County Administrator
The County Administrator is the liaison and designated representative for the County Board to the Department Managers, employees, the media and the public. The Administrator acts as the clerk to the Board and is responsible for the official minutes of the Board meetings. The Administrator monitors and provides enforcement – compliance of Board resolutions and actions; and carries out special projects and directives made by the Board. This office also fields comments and criticisms from the employees, media and the public if they are not addressed to satisfaction at the departmental level. The Administrator acts as the chief negotiator with regard to collective bargaining agreements and Personnel Policy development.
As Clerk to the Board, the Administrator prepares the Board agenda, and should be contacted at least five working days prior to the Board’s scheduled meeting for those who wish to address the Board directly as part of the agenda. Hubbard County encourages public participation at our open meetings and there are printed guidelines available in the Board meeting room (Government Center Room 324) regarding public participation.