Board of Commissioners
Weekly Business Meeting
- Held at 8:30 a.m. every Tuesday.
- Government Center 305 Main Street, Room 219
Agendas & Minutes
Position 1: Dave Henslee, Commissioner
Position 2: Kelley Minty, Chair
Position 3: Derrick DeGroot, Vice-Chair
Serving our Citizens through Stewardship
The Klamath County Board of Commissioners consists of three (3) elected individuals. Each full-time non-partisan term is for four (4) years and is paid a salary established by the Budget Committee. The Board oversees all county activities with the exception of the Sheriff and the District Attorney. The position of board chair is by appointment from the entire board. The term of the chairman is one (1) year and rotates among the commissioners. A quorum of two (2) constitutes a majority vote and is necessary to decide issues that come before the Board.
The Klamath County Board of Commissioners adopted the practice of making liaison assignments to each board member. These assignments allocate various county departments, boards, commissions, advisory committees, intergovernmental agencies and outside organizations to individual commissioners. These assignments however, are limited in scope and responsibility for the authority of the board is collective on both policy and administrative matters. The liaison role involves communication and advice, however final decisions can only be made by the governing board as a whole.
Open Door Policy
The Commissioner's Office maintains an "open door policy" and encourages citizens to stop by and share their concerns and comments on any issue relating to Klamath County.
Notice of Schedule of Expenditures and Statement of Proceedings
Pursuant to ORS 294.250, notice is hereby given that a schedule of expenditures and statement of proceedings for each month is available for review at Monthly Concise Statements. Copies may also be obtained from the Klamath County Board of Commissioners office upon written request and payment of a fee not to exceed the actual costs incurred for providing copies.