Franklin County Commissioners Accept Resignations Of CFO, Deputy Clerk And Deputy Treasurer
FARMINGTON – Franklin County Commissioners voted on Tuesday to accept the resignation of CFO Vickie Braley, who will retire on December 30.
Braley of Jay, who has worked in the county for 10 years, is also the deputy county clerk and deputy treasurer.
Changes are being made to the job description, she said. The portion relating to human resources tasks has been eliminated. The county hired Tiffany Baker of Wilton as its human resources manager and administrative assistant in May. She started her new position on June 1st.
“Vickie did a hell of a job,” said Strong’s commissioner Clyde Barker.
Once completed, the new job description will be submitted to the Commissioners for approval before the position is posted.
In other cases, the commissioners also voted to accept the only snow removal offer from Jason Orr of Farmington. He offered $ 115,000 to plow and sand approximately 6.7 miles of roads in the townships of Perkins and Washington.
âI have nothing but compliments on his sanding and plowing,â Barker said.
In another case, the Heidi Jordan estate registry brought cardboard props to demonstrate the size of the panels. She wants to add a sign to the county courthouse sign post facing Main Street that would let people know the county will be doing passport photos.
She gave a range of prices from Signworks to Farmington. Years ago the company made the existing sign that lists all departments.
The larger panel is rotting, Jordan told commissioners.
Commissioners will consider a new, larger sign that would show current times and may indicate that passport photos are available at the Estates Register.