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Election Officers are assigned to work in their home precinct polling place, but if no vacancies are available, you may be asked to work at another precinct. You may be asked to serve as an alternate to fill in for previously-assigned Election Officers who are unable to serve.
Their duties include:
Three (3) Election Officers work in the Central Absentee Voter Precinct (CAP) on Election Day. These officers check the names of absentee voters off poll book list and tabulate the absentee ballots.
Training schedules and precinct assignments are mailed approximately four to six weeks prior to Election Day.
Election Officers are paid a stipend for working the election. Training pay is in addition to Election Day pay. For more details on how individuals may serve as an Election Officer, please download the
For the Evington project, a total of 81 (47 for Phase I and 34 for Phase II) commitments must be received for Board of Supervisors consideration.
On average a family of three (3) pays approximately $550 in water usage rates each year. Above that, for water line construction with fire protection, the long-term expense would be approximately $21,500 per property, which would be paid via a 20 year district tax (the yearly water line tax is estimated to range from $1,000 - $1,200 per year per developed land plot). All of these expenses would be in addition to the initial set-up and connection costs listed above. CCUSA rates/fees can be found by visiting the CCSUA website.