The County Services Committee (formerly known as the Administrative Services/Personnel Committee) works in conjunction with the Controller or his/her designee to ensure adequate and full implementation and administration of standing Board policy affecting the various County departments, offices and agencies with which the Committee serves as liaison; study and advise the Board with respect to matters of long range planning; recommend changes in the Board rules and the organizations and procedures of the Board; recommend adoption of County ordinances; study and advise the Board as to acquisition, disposition, construction, and repairs of all County buildings and grounds; recommend acquisition and disposal of all County equipment, furniture, furnishings and supplies; study and advise the Board with respect to the conservation of energy and other natural resources.
The County Services Committee acts as liaison to the following County departments, offices, and agencies: County Clerk, Drain Commissioner, Register of Deeds, Treasurer, Management Information Systems, Equalization/Tax Services, Financial Services, Department of Development, Purchasing, Facilities, Women's Commission, Road Commission, Board of Public Works, Plat Board, Boundary Commission, Board of Canvassers, Election Scheduling Committee, Board of Election Commissioners, Capital Area Rail Council, Capital Region Airport Authority, Historical Commission, Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau, Tri-County Regional Planning Commission, Director, Board of Commissioner's Office, Controller, Economic Development Corporation, and all staff operating the County buildings within the County.
This Committee also works in conjunction with the Controller or his/her designee to study and advise the Board with respect to all matters dealing with compensation, wages and salaries for all County officers and employees whose salaries are not otherwise fixed by law; study and advise the Board on all matters relating to labor relations and the relationship between the County and its employees; and recommend action on claims related to the Human Resources Department. This committee shall act as liaison between the Board and all County employee associations, the Human Resources Department, Capital Area Michigan Works, Women's Commission and the Equal Opportunity Committee
|Teri Morton, Deputy Controller
P.O. Box 319, Mason, MI 48854