Administration includes the Office of the City Manager, the Office of the City Clerk, the Office of the City Attorney, and other costs of a City-wide nature.
The City Manager serves at the pleasure of the City Council as the City‟s chief administrative officer. The City Manager is responsible for the day-to-day activities of all departments in providing effective delivery of all municipal services and programs; making recommendations to the City Council to adopt policies through ordinance and/or resolution; maintaining a well-trained and motivated workforce; developing and then implementing a fiscally responsive annual budget; and delivering a sound public relations program that emphasizes a transparent governmental operation
The City Clerk maintains the official records of the City, ensures public access to the records; makes public notices as required by the City or the State of Florida; provides research to the City Council, residents, government agencies, and internal staff; coordinates City elections; manages the general City Hall reception area; supervises the City‟s Information Technology Division; coordinates sales of City cemetery plots and rentals for Alice Hall; and provides dependable, professional support services to the Mayor, City Council, City Manager and City staff.
The City Attorney, as an independent contractor, serves as legal counsel to the Mayor, City Council and other officers of the City. He drafts and/or reviews all resolutions, ordinances, and contracts that come before City Council and attends all meetings of the City Council and other committees as required.