The county clerk’s duties include recording all proceedings of the board and attending all its meetings. They also must attend all meetings of the County Board of Equalization. The clerk must countersign all warrants issued by the board which have been signed by the chairman. Special duties, as required by law may also be necessary. The clerk must keep a record of all the official bonds and a record of the layout, changes and improvements to all roads.
- County accounts payable
- County employee payroll & Human Resource Officer
- Issue Marriage Licenses
- Administrative Officer for the County Board and Board of Equalization
- Files all Board documents
- Prepares annual budget
- NIRMA (insurance) contact person
- Issue County Liquor and Tobacco Licenses
REGISTER OF DEEDS
The register of deeds files and archives all land related documents; deeds, mortgages, etc.
The register of deeds has the power to take acknowledgments, administer oaths, and certify the same by his or her signature. The register must keep a book in which every instrument filed for record in his or her office is entered and an official seal. If a register of deeds is not elected pursuant to section 32-518, the county clerk shall act as ex officio register of deeds.
The Election Commissioner is responsible for maintaining the voter registration list and conducting all federal, state, county, school, city and village elections held within the county.