The supervisor is chief executive officer of the township and chairs the board of trustees. The supervisor also administers the general assistance program and is treasurer of all town funds.
- General Assistance
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The Township Clerk is responsible for maintaining all Township records, including records of meetings and any executive sessions. They are also the official FOI Officer and any requests made under FOI should be addressed in writing to the Clerk.
The Township Clerk’s term of office is four years. The Clerk’s primary duty is to be the keeper of all Township records. These records include records of all Town meetings, Township Board meetings and any executive sessions. The Clerk is the official FOI (Freedom of Information) Officer. Any request under FOI should be addressed in writing to the Clerk by either, a letter, email or fax.
The official address of the Township Clerk is 43W390 Main St. Rd, Elburn, IL 60119. The Clerk’s Email address is [email protected] and the Fax number is (630) 365-6568. Any request should also include the parties name, address, and daytime telephone number. Your request should be as specific as possible including names, dates, type of event, etc. General questions, but not official requests, can be directed to the Clerk at (630) 365-9109
The Clerk is the Township’s election authority and is responsible for posting all election notices. The Clerk is also responsible for all official public “Notices” published in the local newspapers. The Clerk posts notices of all official meeting of the township on the outside front door of the Township building located at the address indicated above. The Clerk administers all required Oath of Offices. An additional task expected of the Clerk is the “Open meetings Act Designee.”
The Clerk is the official custodian of all Cemetery records since the Township has assumed responsibility of the Blackberry Township Cemetery at Keslinger Rd and IL Rt. 47 in Elburn. In addition to the Cemetery records the Clerk has official responsibility for the records kept for the Highway Commissioner. Part of the Clerk’s duties is to serve as ex-officio Clerk for the Road District and as a member of the Mental Health Board. The Clerk is required to witness bid openings for both the Township and the Road District.
The Clerk is the primary person responsible for monitoring state laws or regulations that may impact the Township.
- Posting election notices and administering Oath of Offices.
- Posts notices of all official meetings of the Township and serves as ex-officio Clerk for the Road District and as a member of the Mental Health Board.
- Monitoring state laws or regulations that may impact the Township.
- Official custodian of all Cemetery records since the Township has assumed responsibility of the Blackberry Township Cemetery at Keslinger Rd and IL Rt. 47 in Elburn.