Board Attorney

With the complexity of today's county government, the Board Attorney is a critical appointment for the Board of Supervisors. It is essential that the Board Attorney provide sound legal advice to the Board of Supervisors in all matters concerning the county and county operations. 

The Board Attorney represents the County on a wide range of issues including civil cases, eminent domain proceedings, title research, issuance of bonds, etc.

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  • Attend meetings of the Board of Supervisors
  • Draft minutes
  • Represent the Board of Supervisors in:
    • All civil cases of County interest
    • Eminent domain proceedings
    • Examination and Certification of titles to property the county may acquire
    • Any criminal suit against a county officer for malfeasance, where the county may be financially liable
    • Answering legal inquires from board members and other county officials 
    • Researching land records
    • Draft board orders
    • Obtain Attorney General's opinions
    • Review and draft of contracts
    • Bond work
    • An array of litigation