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THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 


Commissioner
Daniel P. Troy
Commissioner President 
John R. Hamercheck
Commissioner
Jerry C. Cirino


The Board of Lake County Commissioners has both quasi-legislative and quasi-administrative powers and through resolutions adopted during their regular weekly meeting, sets the administrative policy for county government. While the Commissioners have no power to initiate legislation, they do exercise powers granted to them by the Ohio General Assembly through state law.

The Commissioners are responsible for the appropriations of the county tax revenues through the adoption of the annual county budget. The County operates on a January 1 through December 31 fiscal year and must adopt the final budget no later than April 1 of each year. The budget includes appropriations for the numerous county offices, including those offices headed by other elected officials. The Commissioners have the power to levy taxes and to approve the placement of tax levies and bond issues on the ballot for consideration by county voters. The Commissioners also administer all federal grant monies.

The Commissioners hold title to all county owned property and are responsible for the upkeep. By law, they must provide office space for all county offices. They must build the facilities necessary to house various offices such as the Courtrooms, the Jail, Engineer's facilities and parking. The Commissioners award all contracts for purchase and construction projects.   



2018 Holidays for Which County Offices Are Closed 


                First day of January (Monday, January 1, 2018)

                Third Monday in January (January 15), Martin Luther King Day

                Third Monday in February (February 19), Presidents Day

                Last Monday in May (May 28), Memorial Day

                Fourth of July (Wednesday, July 4), Independence Day

                First Monday in September (September 3), Labor Day

                Second Monday in October (October 8), Columbus Day

                Eleventh day of November (Monday, November 12), Veterans' Day observed

                Fourth Thursday in November (November 22), Thanksgiving Day

                Friday after Thanksgiving Day (November 23)
Twenty-fifth day of December (Tuesday, December 25)



                 

    Entries for May 2015

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    OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED AT

    THE COURTHOUSE MAY 30!

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    The Lake County Board of Commissioners presented a service award to Guy Rigsby, Senior Radio Technician,
     for 25 years of service in the Telecommunications Department!  
    Congratulations Guy!

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    Entries for May 2015

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    The City of Painesville has issued an IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY CLOSURE of the intersection of Erie Street and North St. Clair Street.
    CLICK HERE TO READ THE PRESS RELEASE...

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    Lake County Engineer, James R. Gills, announced today that the Ruhlin Company, the contractor for the Vrooman Road/Bridge Project, will begin installing storm sewers in the Vrooman Road and Seeley Road area on Monday, May 11, 2015. Barricades will be installed approximately  one mile north of I-90 restricting traffic from accessing the Grand River and Indian Point Park.  All access to Indian Point Park will be from the east end of Seeley Road.  Drivers are advised to follow the posted detour via Vrooman Road (south), Carter Road and Paine Road.  Access will be maintained to the residents on Vrooman Road. The road is expected to re-open on June 15, 2015. At that time, full access between SR 84 and I-90 will be provided via a temporary low level bridge.  The one lane temporary bridge will be controlled by traffic signals.  The temporary bridge will be located in the same location and at the same elevation as the existing bridge thus still making it subject to flooding. It is a requirement of the project plans that the temporary bridge remain in place and be useable by the public until the permanent high level bridge is complete and open to the public at the end of 2016.

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