The City Administrator is the Mayor and Board of Aldermen's chief policy advisor and is responsible for assuring that the goals of the Mayor and City Council are achieved by directing day-to-day operations, preparing the budget, and coordinating the work of department heads. The City Administrator is appointed by the Mayor with the approval of a majority of the Board of Aldermen.
The St. Robert City Attorney represents the City of St. Robert in all courts of record in the State, prepares all ordinances, resolutions, contracts, and other legal forms necessary for the operation of City Government, gives advice and counsel to the Mayor, Board and other officers of the City, and to prosecute the violations of the City's ordinances before the Municipal Judge or before any Circuit Judge hearing violations of the City's ordinances. Tyce Smith was appointed as Interim City Attorney.The City Clerk is elected by the Board of Aldermen and is responsible to keeps a journal of the of the Board of Aldermen meetings, keeps all the records and papers belonging to the City, administers official oaths and acts as the election official for municipal elections. Along with her duties as City Clerk, Christine Pigg is the HR Specialist.
The City Collector processes incoming payments, manages City merchant licenses and various permits, processes deposits into the appropriate account. The office of City Collecter was once an elected position. However, on Apri 7, 1998, a city election was held and the voters approved making the office an appointed position. On April 20, 1998, Kimberly Fincher was appointed to the office of City Collector by the Mayor with the approval of the Board of Aldermen.
The Finance Officer is responsible for the financial operations of the city and oversees the budget, maintains financial transactions, and maintains the payroll records. Edna Givins has been the Finance Officer for the city of St. Robert since 1995. Edna also serves as deputy city clerk.
City Elected Officials