Last Day for Absentee Voting

If you are not able to make it to the polls Tuesday for the Municipal Election, this is your last day to cast an absentee ballot.  Absentee ballots can be cast at your local County Clerk’s office.  In Livingston County, the office is located on the 2nd Flood of the courthouse.  Hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm If you […]

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First Livingston Co. Budget Hearing Complete

The first reading of the Livingston County Budget was held Tuesday morning.  The budget developed by the County Commission and Budget Officer Sherry Parks includes a carryover from 2020 of $3.5 million, revenues of $8.4 million, and expenditures of $9.49 million. Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas says this is a conservative budget. Douglas says the reserves are important. The County will […]

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County Clerk Warns Of Political Mailing

Registered voters in Livingston County have reported receiving mail with a return address of the “President of the United States.  Livingston County Clerk Sherry Parks assures the voters the information in the document was not provided by her or her staff.  She says information in the document was obtained through a public record search. She reminds those receiving the mail […]

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Voter Registration Canvassing

Livingston County has begun the biannual  Voter Registration Canvassing.  Election Authority Sherry Parks says this is to update Voter Registration records, NOT to ad new registered voters. Voters that have moved, but have not changed their address with the Livingston County Clerks Office may receive a form in the mail to request you update your records.  Parks says this is […]

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County Commission To Meet With Clerk

The Livingston County Commissioners will meet with the County Clerk Thursday morning.  The commission meetings are Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the Commission Room of the courthouse. Thursday at 10:00 am, County Clerk Sherry Parks will address the Commission about needs for her office. Other items on the agenda include county road and bridge matters and administrative and […]

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