Eaton County Clerk & Register Of Deeds

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  • Diana Bosworth

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What are the three most important issues facing the office you are running for and how would you address them?

What would you do in your first month in office?

What services do you consider most vital?

What services do you consider least vital?

Which of these can be trimmed to lower expenses?

Are you current in all tax, alimony and child support obligations? Yes or no. If no, please explain.

Hometown Carmel Township Lifelong Resident of Eaton County
Education B.S., Management & Organizational Development, State Bureau of Elections Accreditation, State Vital Records Bureau Accreditation
Family One daughter and two sons, and three young grandsons
Professional Experience 22 years with Eaton County. Manages the offices of Circuit Court Clerk, County Clerk, Register of Deeds.
Political Experience Elected Eaton County Clerk/Register of Deeds in 2012
1. Serving the public's needs within budgetary constraints. This challenge can be met with hard work and developing new strategies to meet public expectations.

2. Adapting to the continual changes in state law. For example, recent Concealed Pistol License laws that eliminated gun boards caused many changes for County Clerk offices. Another example is the continually changing election law which must be implemented and shared with local clerks.

3. Continued implementation of new technologies in all three offices, including elections, to better serve our constituents. Staying at the forefront of technology will continue to be my priority.

In my second term of office, it will be my pleasure to continue providing high-quality service to the public. The County Clerk's office daily touches so many lives as does the Circuit Court Clerk's office and Register of Deeds office. Whether issuing/registering legal documents, working with local governments to run elections, handling concealed weapon permits, or filing matters in the circuit court, our offices are up close and personal with the public. We will continue our commitment to service that is efficient, flexible and friendly.
All of our services, including marriage license, concealed pistol license, property records, or court records - are vital and statutorily required.
Our services are required by statute and each is vital to the customer seeking their record or license.
We are continually looking for ways to improve efficiency in all three offices.