Board of Commissioners Office Personnel

Staff & Contact Information 

County Clerk - Christina Baxter 

Office Phone: 706-795-6302

Fax: 706-795-2997


The duties of the County Clerk are to oversee the day to day operations of the county.  Our department works alongside all other departments in the county to make sure that the County as a whole runs as smooth as possible.  Some of my duties include preparing the meeting agendas, taking the meeting minutes and processing open records requests.  

Deputy County Clerk - Lacey Baker

Office Phone: 706-795-6300

Fax: 706-795-2997


The duties of the Deputy Clerk are to assist the Clerk with any day to day activities. This position also works alongside multiple departments on a daily bases as well as assisting the clerk in maintaining annual tasks. Some of the duties include processing the mail for the complex, filing, and accepting applications for Beer & Wine Licenses.  

County Attorney - Mike Pruett

Open Records Requests 

All Open Records Requests should be directed to the Open Records Officer; Christina Baxter.  

You may submit an open records request via email or in writing.  Forms are available upon request.  

Should you have any questions please email or call the office directly. 

Open Records Resolution  Download Signed/Dated PDF 

Beer & Wine License

Madison County requires a Beer and Wine License in order to sell, manufacture or distribute malt beverages.  The renewal period for existing License holders begins in September and are due by the 1st of November.  You can contact the County Clerks office for more information regarding what documentation is required to obtain a Beer and Wine License in Madison County.  

Please see the links below for ordinance information and the application for licensing.  

Alcoholic Beverages Ordinance 

Internet Café Ordinance 

Application for Beer & Wine License 


Alcohol Beverage Licenses

New Centralized Alcohol Application Process through the Georgia Department of Revenue:

Effective January 12, 2022, Georgia Department of Revenue centralized the alcohol application process for initial alcohol license registrations and effective September 2022 for renewals.  With this new system, all local and state alcohol applications will uniformly be submitted through the Georgia Tax Center (GTC) at and click the Register a New Georgia Business hyperlink or log in to your existing business account.

Centralized Alcohol Licensing Portal (