Administrator's Office

The County Administrator's Office was established in 1980 in a reorganization of the administrative structure to achieve efficiencies through coordination of County programs and through centralized direction of County internal functions.

The Office has three primary functions: provision of staff assistance to the County Commission and it's various Committees, communicating between the Commission and it's various program areas, and direction of County internal central services.

The office is constantly changing to meet the needs of the Board of Commissioners, County Departments, and County residents.

A summary of the financial status of county government.   

NEWSLETTERS 

   
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The County Administrator provides a monthly newsletter highlighting County Government activities.      Subscribe to receive future newsletter through NOTIFY ME

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    PRESS RELEASE

    Adrian, MI – June 14, 2017 – The Lenawee County Board of Commissioners today announced it is positioned to receive a petition from the recently appointed tax allocation board at its June 14, 2017 meeting Read on...
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  3. JUNENews

    June NEWSletter

    The latest newsletter from the Administrator is now available Read on...
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    Congratulations Alexander Stiverson!

    2017 Board of Commissioners Scholarship Recipient Read on...
  5. June 29 Invite

    Legislative Dinner

    Participate in panel discussion on the Strategic Visioning process that is currently taking place in the county, the service expectations of citizens, and the challenges faced by county and local governments in meetings those demands. Read on...
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    Congratulations Kamryn Powell!

    2017 Board of Commissioners scholarship recipient Read on...
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