County Administrator

The Board of Supervisors established the Office of the County Administrator in 2008 to provide for a clear delineation of responsibility and authority between the legislative function of the Board of Supervisors and that of the County government management structure. Mark Scimone was appointed by the Board of Supervisors as the County Administrator in 2013 and is currently serving his second 4-year term administering policy set by the Board of Supervisors and overseeing the day to day operation of the County. 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Performs the functions of a chief administrative officer, with the Board of Supervisors retaining the final administrative authority.
  • Takes direction from the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors or by resolution of the Board of Supervisors rather than take direction from individual members.
  • Without curtailing, diminishing or transferring the powers of any elected County official or appointed County official as provided by law, the County Administrator shall be responsible for the overall administration of County Government and shall provide and coordinate staff services to the Board of Supervisors, Chairman of the Board and its Committees.