The Clerk Treasurer is the elected chief fiscal officer of the Town and is responsible for handling the accounting, collection, and disbursement of funds and all financial matters pertaining to the Town.
The duties of the Clerk-Treasurer are defined by the Indiana Code, Municipal Code of Ordinances, and the directives of the municipal governing body, within the law.
The Clerk-Treasurer is also charged with the safekeeping of ordinances, resolutions, contracts, council minutes, investments, and any other municipal record. Duties may also include administering oaths and solemnizing marriages.
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The Whitestown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting several events throughout the community’s parks in September. Movies in the Park Movies in the Park, presented by Traders Point Christian Schools, begins on Friday, September 9 at Main Street Park (4286 S. Main...
The Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department (WMPD) is hosting a National Night Out celebration on Tuesday, August 2 from 5-8 p.m. at Eagle Church (5801 S Main Street, Whitestown). National Night Out is a free, annual event that promotes police-community partnerships...