Ashville Vision Statement
Remembering our rural heritage, Ashville will be a vibrant and friendly community, offering an enhanced quality of life achieved through planning, progress and collaboration.
It will be a welcoming place where people want to live and businesses prosper.
Fiscal Officer, Barbara Gilbert
As the Fiscal Officer, I am responsible for attending council and committee meetings; keeping a record of all proceedings, rules, bylaws, legislation, and annexation of property; maintaining an accurate statement of all money received and expended; certifying of funds and ensuring that the amount set aside for appropriation not be overdrawn or credited to the wrong account.¬† Bi-annual audits are handled through my office, as well as the yearly tax budget and yearly appropriations.¬† The Fiscal Officer is the keeper of all records; thus, record retention is also handled through my office.¬† I have worked at the Village of Ashville for over 11 years, and my mission is to assist the residents as efficiently as possible. I believe in an open-door policy.
Duties of a Fiscal Officer
There are two sources of Duties for the Fiscal Officer of Ashville. The first source is the Ohio Revised Code (O.R.C.) and the Ordinances of Ashville.
O.R.C. 733.261 - 262 Village clerk-treasurer & Village fiscal officer
O.R.C. 727-29 Powers & duties of village clerk ‚Äď training programs. Books & accounts- merger of offices. Seal of village clerk.