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FL Governor's Office, Citizens' Services

*Correspondence unit responds to all incoming correspondence for the Governor *Assistance unit monitors agencies under the Governor’s direct jurisdiction as provided in Florida Statutes 14.

Services: Consumer Complaints, Public Officials Offices

The Capitol, 400 S Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 488-7146

Franklin County Board of County Commissioners

*Franklin County is governed by the Board of County Commissioners, elected from each of five districts *Each Commissioner serves a four year term *Meetings held at 9AM the first and third Tuesday of each month

Services: Public Officials Offices

33 Market St, Ste 305

Apalachicola, FL 32329

(850) 653-8861

Franklin County Clerk of the Circuit Court

*Records legal documents (liens, licenses, child support, mortgages, marriages, adoptions, etc), and authorizes declaration of domicile and residency affidavits *Temporary injunction may assist victims of domestic violence by filing a "Petition for Injunction for Protection against Domestic Violence" with Family Law Division *Tax deed sales bidding procedures involve Clerk of the Court when agency conducts sale of public auction; deed sales advertised in legal advertisements in local newspaper *Annex office located in Carrabelle at 912 NW Ave A, 32322 (Wednesdays only, 8:15AM-4:45PM, closed 11:30AM-12:30PM for lunch)

Services: Court Filing Offices, Public Officials Offices, Records/Licenses/Permits

33 Market St, Ste 203

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-8861

Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners

*Gadsden County's five County Commissioners elected to represent geographic districts and serve four-year terms under the Commission/Manager form of county government *County Manager is chief administrative officer under direction of Board of County Commissioners *Gadsden County's six incorporated cities are governed by a mayor and city council

Services: Public Officials Offices

9B East Jefferson St

Quincy, FL 32353

(850) 875-8650

Gadsden County Clerk of the Circuit Court

*Serves Gadsden County residents in filing legal documents associated with home, marriage, divorce, property, and other important legal and court documents *Collection/disbursement of court ordered child support and alimony payments *Performs over 900 different constitutional and statutory functions *No telephone payments accepted; cash, money order, certified check, or credit/debit card acceptable forms of payment *Credit/debit card have a surcharge of 3.

Services: Court Filing Offices, Public Officials Offices, Records/Licenses/Permits

10 E Jefferson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-8601

Jefferson County Board of Commissioners

*Jefferson County is governed by the Board of County Commissioners, elected from each of five districts *Each Commissioner serves a four year term *Meetings held in the Courthouse Annex at 435 W Walnut St, Monticello at 6PM on the first and third Thursday of each month respectively

Services: Public Officials Offices

1 Courthouse Circle, Rm 1D

Monticello, FL 32344

(850) 342-0287

Jefferson County Clerk of the Circuit Court

*Serves the judicial circuit involving felony jurisdiction matters including Criminal Activity, Criminial Appeals, Small Claims, Traffic, Civil/Civil Appeals, Tax Deeds, Family Law, Probate, Marriage Licenses and injunctions *Calls citizens for jury duty *County Recorder: legal documents (liens, mortgages, marriages, adoptions, etc), and authorizes declaration of domicile and residency affidavits *Tax deed sales of public auctions advertised in legal advertisements *Temporary injunctions to assist victims of domestic violence or repeat violence *Serves the Circuit and County Courts and the Board of County Commissioners, acting as accountant, auditor and custodian of county funds

Services: Court Filing Offices, Public Officials Offices, Records/Licenses/Permits

1 Courthouse Circle

Jefferson County Courthouse

Monticello, FL 32344

(850) 342-0218

Leon County Board of Commissioners

*Oversees administration of government of Leon County; holds public meetings second and fourth Tu of each month, at 3pm, 5th floor County Courthouse *Each commissioner can be reached by e-mail by typing last name, first initial @leoncountyfl.

Services: Public Officials Offices

301 S Monroe St

Leon County Courthouse, 5th Fl

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-5302

Tallahassee, City of

*Board of Commissioners and Mayor enact policies and rules operating city, establishing goals and target issues and setting tax rates *Four-year staggered terms with elections for two commission seats being held every other year *Meetings: twice monthly to conduct city business; provide citizens with opportunity to participate in government process *Workshops held on specific issues *Appoints four officers to administer the duties of city, including City Manager who directs day to day activities and services

Services: Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups, Public Officials Offices

City Hall, 300 S Adams St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 891-0000

Taylor County Board of County Commissioners

*Five elected members form Commission board; performs legislative, budgetary and policy-making functions *Taylor County Board of County Commissioners meets the first Monday and the third Tuesday of each month unless otherwise scheduled; Meetings in BCC Administrative Room, 201 E Green Street, Perry *County Administrator, under direction of BCC, carries out directions, laws and policies of board

Services: Public Officials Offices

201 E Green St

Perry, FL 32347

(850) 838-3500

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