Consolidating government services
Mill levies are calculated for all taxing districts (such as cities, school districts, townships, fire districts, water resource boards, and park districts).At the appropriate time, as determined by law, the auditor's office disburses tax money collected for these political subdivisions.
Introduction: District courts are the key elements in the judicial system established in 1995.
The auditor trains election workers and prepares, distributes and tabulates ballots.
The auditor is also part of the board which canvasses (examines) election results. Taxes & Budgeting: After the fiscal year begins (January 1), the auditor starts preparing the budget for the following year by compiling revenue, expense, and levy estimates.
With the elimination of county courts, district courts became responsible for the workload and positions of the county courts. Later, a separate organization was formed for clerks of district, county, municipal and Supreme courts.
The Clerks of Court Association was formed in 1952 as the N. The clerk of district court could well be called "Custodian of Court Files" because much of the clerk's time is spent working with legal records.