The manager is the chief administrator of county government. He is responsible to the board of commissioners for the administration of all departments
of county government under the board's general control and has the following powers
(1) He shall appoint with the approval of the board of commissioners and suspend or
remove all county officers, employees, and agents except those who are elected by
the people or whose appointment is otherwise provided for by law. The board may by resolution permit the manager to appoint officers, employees, and
agents without first securing the board's approval. The manager shall make his appointments, suspensions, and removals in accordance
with any general personnel rules, regulations, policies, or ordinances that the board
may adopt. The board may require the manager to report each suspension or removal to the board
at the board's first regular meeting following the suspension or removal; and, if
the board has permitted the manager to make appointments without board approval, the
board may require the manager to report each appointment to the board at the board's
first regular meeting following the appointment.
(2) He shall direct and supervise the administration of all county offices, departments,
boards, commissions and agencies under the general control of the board of commissioners,
subject to the general direction and control of the board.
(3) He shall attend all meetings of the board of commissioners and recommend any measures
that he considers expedient.
(4) He shall see that the orders, ordinances, resolutions, and regulations of the
board of commissioners are faithfully executed within the county.
(5) He shall prepare and submit the annual budget and capital program to the board
(6) He shall annually submit to the board of commissioners and make available to the
public a complete report on the finances and administrative activities of the county
as of the end of the fiscal year.
(7) He shall make any other reports that the board of commissioners may require concerning
the operations of county offices, departments, boards, commissions, and agencies.
(8) He shall perform any other duties that may be required or authorized by the board
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