The executive committee assumes leadership of the agenda for the CAAO and will work closely with the new administration and General Assembly to monitor and suggest legislative proposals which impact local taxpayers and to encourage policies which positively impact county government.
“I’m honored to be appointed by my fellow auditors to serve and have input on the issues concerning the taxpayers of Ohio,” Tkach said. “I’m looking forward to working with the General Assembly and administration in reviewing new legislation.”
During 2019, the CAAO anticipates much activity as the state deals with a new biennial budget as well as possible changes in a variety of taxation issues and other legislative initiatives that assist county auditors in carrying out their duties.
The CAAO includes all 88 Ohio county auditors. It was established to promote and protect the interests of the taxpayers of Ohio and to improve the administration of county government.
Tkach has served as auditor since 2007. He was the county treasurer from 2001 to 2007 and a Wakeman Township trustee from 1986 to 2001.