Clerk & Treasurer

Our Clerk Treasurer is Ginny McKamey.

*Assistant Clerk Treasure is Judy McCoy

In Indiana, all Clerk-Treasurers are elected for a four-year term of office.  The Clerk-Treasurer is the keeper of the municipality's official public records and is the Chief Financial Officer of the Town of Danville. Specific duties are defined by the Indiana Code and Municipal Code of Ordinances.  No other elected municipal duty areas are specifically defined by law as the duties of the Clerk-Treasurer.

The Clerk-Treasurer has broad powers to hire and supervise employees and oversee the operation of the municipal budgets, including utilities. The ranking status of the Clerk-Treasurer is on an equal level with the Town Council and the Town Manager. The only area in which the Clerk-Treasurer does not have complete authority is setting wages and final approval of budgets. The Clerk-Treasurer may be called upon to break tie votes at Town Council meetings. The office of the Clerk-Treasurer has evolved dramatically from a bookkeeper and secretary to a financial manager whose responsibilities impact the financial well-being of local government.

(*Note - Assistant Clerk Treasure is a part-time appointed position by the Town Council to assist the Clerk Treasurer as needed)


Staff Contacts

Name Title
Ginny McKamey Clerk & Treasurer
Judy McCoy Assistant Clerk & Treasurer