HB 906 - Upson County; county administrator; provisions

Georgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 Sessions

HB 906 - Upson County; county administrator; provisions

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House Comm: LLeg / Senate Comm: SLGO / House Vote: Yeas 149 Nays 0 Senate Vote: Yeas 49 Nays 0 ---------------------------------------- House Action Senate ---------------------------------------- 3/1/95 Read 1st Time 3/8/95 3/6/95 Read 2nd Time 3/7/95 Favorably Reported 3/14/95 3/7/95 Read 3rd Time 3/7/95 Passed/Adopted 3/14/95 3/22/95 Sent to Governor 3/27/95 Signed by Governor 80 Act/Veto Number 3/27/95 Effective Date ---------------------------------------- Code Sections amended:
HB 906 LC 22 1658 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT 1- 1 To amend an Act creating a board of commissioners of roads 1- 2 and revenues for Upson County, approved February 1, 1877 1- 3 (Ga. L. 1877, p. 3729), as amended, so as to provide for the 1- 4 appointment of a county administrator; to provide for the 1- 5 duties and compensation of the county administrator; to 1- 6 provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and 1- 7 for other purposes. 1- 8 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF GEORGIA: SECTION 1. 1- 9 An Act creating a board of commissioners of roads and 1-10 revenues for Upson County, approved February 1, 1877 (Ga. L. 1-11 1877, p. 3729), as amended, is amended by inserting a new 1-12 section to be designated Section 5, to read as follows: "SECTION 5. 1-13 (a) The board shall appoint by majority vote annually at 1-14 the first meeting in January a county administrator, who 1-15 shall serve at the pleasure of the board and shall be 1-16 compensated as established by resolution or ordinance of 1-17 the board. 1-18 (b) The county administrator shall be the chief 1-19 administrative officer of the county and shall serve under 1-20 the direct supervision of the board to direct and 1-21 coordinate the administration of county government in 1-22 accordance with the policies established by the board. 1-23 (c) Without limiting the generality of subsection (b) of 1-24 this section, the duties of the county administrator shall 1-25 include: 1-26 (1) Serving as clerk to the board of commissioners, 1-27 recording official actions, and maintaining minutes of dd P}P�@P�}P�@P�}P�@P>}P�@P�}P�@P 1-29 (2) Serving as county purchasing agent; -1- (Index) LC 22 1658 2- 1 (3) Serving as county personnel director, performing 2- 2 duties including advertising employment opportunities, 2- 3 assuring that payrolls are processed in a timely manner, 2- 4 processing complaints and grievances with regard to 2- 5 employment, and counseling with employees regarding 2- 6 retirement, insurance, workers' compensation, and other 2- 7 employee benefits; 2- 8 (4) Serving as county treasurer, receiving, recording, 2- 9 and accounting for all county funds; 2-10 (5) Developing materials for meetings of the board; 2-11 (6) Assisting department heads with budget preparation; 2-12 (7) Acting as liaison between the board and the public 2-13 by responding to inquiries and resolving conflicts; 2-14 (8) Supervising the commissioners' office personnel and 2-15 other personnel as assigned; and 2-16 (9) Performing other duties as assigned by the board." SECTION 2. 2-17 All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act are 2-18 repealed. -2- (Index)

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