County Commissioners

1 North Main Street
London, OH 43140 


Phone: 740-852-2972
Fax: 740-845-1660

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Duties of County Commissioners
County commissioners are elected for four-year terms. Two are elected the year of the presidential election and one the year of the gubernatorial election. County commissioners are the general administrative body for the county government. They can perform those duties that are specifically authorized by the state legislature and no more. They are the county government taxing, budgeting, appropriating and purchasing authority. They hold title to county property. They hold and adjudicate hearings on such matters as county zoning and county drainage petitions. They appoint other directors: Human Services, Building and Zoning, EMA, CIO, etc. They appoint certain other boards: planning commission, zoning boards, etc. The major powers of the county commission may be found in ORC 307.

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Honorable Dr. Tony Xenikis (R)

Honorable Chris Wallace (R)
2022 Chairman
Honorable Mark Forrest (R)

_LCC_04Rob Slane, ICMA- CM, MBA
County Administrator
The County Administrator is the administrative head of the County under the direction and supervision of the Board of Commissioners. He assists in the administration, enforcement and execution of Board policies and resolutions and provides overall direction to department heads and management under the Board’s jurisdiction. The Madison County Administrator oversees all departments beneath the umbrella of the Board of County Commissioners including Building Maintenance, Building and Zoning, Job and Family Services, Economic Development and Planning, Human Resources, IT, and Sanitary Sewer and Water