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WHAT DO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND COUNCILMEMBERS DO?
A county commission or county council is the governing body of a county. County commissions exercise both legislative and executive powers, while county councils exercise only legislative powers, with executive powers being delegated to the county executive or mayor. One of the most import jobs county commissioners and councilmembers do is discuss and vote on issues in their county. You can learn more by watching the video below.
Fun fact: County commissions and councils must consist of an odd number of members.
Other County Elected Roles
What does a County Assessor do?
What does a County Attorney do?
What does a County Auditor do?
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