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The Clerk-Treasurer's Office exists to support the financial and administrative operations of the Village. It is headed by the Clerk-Treasurer (Daniel P. Borchert), assisted by the Deputy Clerk-Treasurer (Tammy L. Kelley). Additional staff members aid in the daily operations of the office. The Clerk-Treasurer reports to the Mayor.
The Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for maintaining all of the records of the village. The Clerk-Treasurer collects all taxes and assessments and pays all claims. The Clerk-Treasurer is required to produce for inspection the books, records and paper of his office. The Clerk-Treasurer must keep an index of written notices of defective conditions on village streets, highways, bridges or sidewalks, and must bring these notices to the attention of the Village Board at the next board meeting or within 10 days after their receipt.
The Mayor with the approval of the Board of Trustees appoints the Clerk-Treasurer. The Clerk-Treasurer is the chief fiscal officer for the Village. The Clerk-Treasurer maintains custody of all village funds, issues all checks and prepares the annual report of village finances.