Ryan Schwab was appointed the Town’s Clerk-Treasurer on January 7, 2017. The primary function of the Clerk-Treasurer is to serve as the fiscal officer of the Town of Huntertown. The Clerk-Treasurer is elected every four years by the town residents. No other elected municipal duties are as specifically defined by law as the duties of the Clerk-Treasurer. 

As Chief Financial Officer of the Town, the Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for the overall collection and disbursement of funds, the administration of the accounting system, the signing of checks, and serves as the investment coordinator for the municipal treasury.

The Clerk-Treasurer performs the duties of payroll, accounts payable and accounts receivable. The Clerk-Treasurer also serves as the clerk of the Town Council, Redevelopment Commission, and the Park Board by preparing agendas, attending meetings, and recording the minutes. The Clerk-Treasurer also manages the town ordinance and resolution records and contract files.

A Message from the Clerk-Treasurer

To the citizens of the Town of Huntertown, my staff and myself have been fortunate to have our community entrust our office with the financial aspects of our town.

The town residents elect the Clerk-Treasurer's Office position every four years and law specifically defines the duties of the Clerk-Treasurer.

The primary function of the Clerk-Treasurer position is to serve as the fiscal officer of the Town monies. The Clerk-Treasurer processes the receipts and expenditures of all Town money. The Clerk-Treasurer is also responsible for utility billing of water, sewer and trash, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, voter registration, investments, preparation of the budget and keeper of the town seal.

The Clerk-Treasurer serves as Secretary to the Town Council by attending meetings, preparing agendas, and recording proceedings.

On behalf of my staff, and myself I would like to thank you for the opportunity to serve you.

Ryan Schwab,