Ms. Adzic joined the Board of Licking County Commissioner's office in February 2007, bringing with her 10 years of experience in public service. Responsibilities of the position include communicating with elected officials, department heads and staff; making recommendations to the Board in matters of policy development and administrative matters in accordance with statutory requirements; directing administration of day-to-day activities and operations of the Commissioner's office; and providing administrative support to the divisions of county government under the jurisdiction of the Board of County Commissioners.
Pam has been employed by Licking County for the past twenty years. She served as Administrative Assistant to the Transportation Improvement District (TID) and the Licking County Planning Commission before moving to her current position as Deputy Clerk to the Licking County Commissioners’ office. Pam created and now administers the on-line auction through Govdeals.com selling Licking County’s surplus items. She also serves as secretary to the Senior Levy Advisory Board and the Licking County Hospital Commission. Pam also prepares and processes all road, ditch and annexation petitions. She also compiles and maintains necessary documents to manage the Commissioners' office records management, correspondence, advertisements, press releases and reports and/or recommendations on matters to be resolved by the County Commissioners.
Louise has been employed by Licking County since May 2016. Louise comes to us from the Licking County Municipal Court. Prior to working for the Court system, she was a full charge bookkeeper for a local Wendy's franchise. Key responsibilities of her current position include developing and administering the County General Fund Budget and monitoring and managing cash flow between fund revenue and expenses.
Christel has been with Licking County since December 2017. She recently moved to Licking County from Marion, Ohio. Prior to coming to Licking County she spent 15 years in the medical field and also worked for the Marion County Humane Society for 8 years. Christel provides administrative support to the Board of Commissioners. She ensures efficient operation of the department and prepares resolutions and agendas for Commissioner's meetings.