County or City Auditor

Direct activities of personnel engaged in recording deeds.

What does a County or City Auditor do?

Directs activities of personnel engaged in recording deeds and similar legal instruments, keeping records of county or municipal accounts, compiling and transmitting fiscal records to appropriate state officials, preparing financial statements of county or municipal finances for publication in local newspaper, and auditing books of city or county offices and departments. May be designated according to jurisdiction as City Auditor; County Auditor. In smaller communities or counties, may personally discharge all duties of office.