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The Randolph County Council is a seven member council with the ultimate decision-making power regarding fiscal affairs. The council has the authority to view or review fiscal matters, determine proper policy, and set priorities for the allocation and expenditure of county funds.responsible for overseeing the county budget.
Current County Council members include from left to right, Jay Harris, Thomas Kerns, Bob McCoy, Gary Friend, Max Holaday, David Lenkensdofer and Ricky Brown.
The council powers include:
- Reviewing & fixing the annual operating budgets of all county government offices and agencies
- Establishing salaries, wages, der diems, and other compensation for all county officials and employees
- Fixing tax rates and establishing levies on all county property for the purpose of raising funds to meet budget requirements in conducting county business as well as authorizing the borrowing of money in the form of bonds and notes.
- Appropriating public funds, i.e. authorizing the expenditure of county money by particular officials or departments for specific purposes.
- Authorizing certain purchases of sales of county owned land.
- Non-binding review of budgets for certain non-elected boards in the county and other civil units.
The council meets monthly in the Commissioner's room on the 2nd floor of the Randolph Center for Family Opportunities Building.
Council Meetings are open to the public. Refer to the County Calendar for the next scheduled meeting. You can review agendas for upcoming meetings and the minutes from prior meetings on the Agendas and Minutes page.
If you are interested in addressing the council, contact the Randolph County Auditor with your request.