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We provide user-friendly, quality legal services to our clients in a timely fashion. Our clients include:

  • Board of County Commissioners
  • Constitutional Officers
  • County Manager
  • County Departments
  • Library District
  • Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization
  • Canvassing Board
  • Board-appointed committees

Primary Critical Functions

  • Legal advice, representation, and training
  • Reducing costs of claims against County
  • Collecting claims owed to County
  • Assisting in bidding/contracting
  • Enforcement of County Codes through Courts
  • Providing advice on land use
  • Advising on employment and labor matters

Attorneys

  • Michele L. Lieberman, County Attorney
  • Robert Livingston,¬†Assistant County Attorney
  • Bill Harlan, County Litigation Attorney
  • Sylvia Torres, Assistant County Attorney

Support Staff

  • Eileen Hodges, Executive Legal Secretary
  • Lisa Buggica, Legal Secretary
  • Mary Lowry, Legal Secretary

Alachua County Lobbyist Registration

The Alachua County Board of County Commissioners Lobbying Ordinance requires registration of all lobbyists who engage in efforts to influence the Board of County Commissioners on matters within its official jurisdiction. Prior to engaging in lobbying, each lobbyist will be required to file with the Clerk of the Court a registration statement which contains general identification information as to the lobbyist and their client(s). Even if you lobby only on an occasional basis, it is important that you familiarize yourself with the lobbying rules. At this site, you will find links to the lobbying ordinance, registration form, and the lobbyist registry.

To view site please click here.

This website is a public service. Please read the Legal Disclaimer. Website designed and engineered by Alachua County ITS.Applications Division Version 2010 (v1.0)

Under Florida law (Statute 119.011), all information, including e-mail, written letters, documents and phone messages, sent to the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners is subject to Public Records law. This includes the sender's e-mail address, home address or phone number if shown in the message, the content of the message and any associated attachments to the mail. Also please be aware that electronic correspondence (e-mail) is made available on the Commission's public archive site immediately upon being sent. Instead, contact Alachua County Offices by phone or in writing.