The Fiscal Court is the governing body of Daviess County, composed of four elected officials: the Judge/Executive and three commissioners.
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In 2022, Charlie Castlen was elected to serve the citizens of Daviess County as their County Judge/Executive. He served for the past twelve-years (three terms) as the Central Division Commissioner and prior to that, served ten-years (five terms) over a 12-year period as an Owensboro City Commissioner, four of which were as Mayor Pro Tem. [Read More]
Janie Marksberry is the first woman ever elected to the office of County Commissioner in Daviess County. She is also the first Republican ever elected as commissioner from the eastern district. Janie has been in the real estate field for over three decades, first as a real estate sales agent in Lexington, Kentucky. [Read More]
Larry Conder was elected in 2022 to serve as Commissioner for the Central District. He is currently the Director of Operation and Gas Supply for Public Energy Authority of Kentucky (PEAK), assisting municipalities in acquiring their Natural Gas requirements across the natural gas pipeline network. [Read More]
Chris Castlen is a lifelong resident of Kentucky, the son of Joe Castlen of Stanley and Nancy Ward Castlen of Owensboro. Chris began his career in law enforcement as a Deputy Jailer with the Daviess County Detention Center. He then served over 20 years with the Owensboro Police Department, where he retired in 2017 as a lieutenant. [Read More]