The Ohio Revised Code establishes the duties and responsibilities of the Fiscal Officer. The Fiscal Officer is elected to a four-year term that commences on the first day of April following the election.
Mrs. Marshall was appointed in October, 2004 and was elected in November 2005. Her current term ends March 31, 2016. She has a Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Akron and is a graduate of Copley High School. Previously, Mrs. Marshall worked in the private sector as a Director of Accounting and Human Resource Manager. She currently resides in Copley with her husband and three daughters.
Roles & Duties
The Fiscal Officer has all the fiscal responsibilities of the Township including paying bills, payrolls, and receiving revenue as it is distributed to the Township. In addition to the fiscal duties, she also maintains an accurate record of the proceedings of all the Board of Trustees meetings. She is the liaison between the County Fiscal Officer and the State of Ohio Auditor's office.
The Fiscal Officer also notifies the Board of Election of all vacancies in the Township of elected officials. She also must notify the Board of Elections of all changes in the township's boundaries.