Slashed wasteful spending on payroll and overhead, contributing to an 30% reduction in budgeted expenses since taking office and saving millions of taxpayer dollars.
Kept property taxes stable by returning over $20 million to the taxpayers.
Launched a new system to record county land records which has already captured $6 million in savings and made it easier for attorneys and litigants to transmit, serve, file, and retrieve court filings twenty-four hours a day.
Cut overall staffing by 35% since taking office, including the Chief Deputy County Clerk and its $100,000 annual salary.
With more active oversight to manage those spikes and by cross-training staff to perform multiple jobs, Tim reduced supplemental staffing costs enormously and made the Clerk’s office more efficient and self-reliant.
In addition, fifteen full-time positions have been eliminated, without layoffs, and the office continues to provide a high level of service to customers.