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The Texas Constitution vests broad judicial & administrative powers in the position of County Judge. This official that is elected by the entire county population presides over a five-member Commissioners Court & supervises the budget & administrative processes of the County. By State law, the County Judge is also the County director of emergency management. The County Judge also serves in a judicial function, overseeing some criminal, civil, juvenile, probate, guardianship, & mental health cases.
CONTACT JUDGE STOLARCZYK'S OFFICE:
Kendall County Courthouse
201 E. San Antonio Ave, Suite 122
Boerne, TX 78006
Assistant of the County Judge
830-249-9343 Ext. 212
Email: Judge Shane Stolarczyk
Email: Melissa Milton
The Honorable Shane Stolarczyk was elected countywide by citizens of Kendall County. He took office in January 1, 2023 (at midnight).
His roles include presiding over Commissioners Court meetings, which involves all County business & uses a voting system of all five members of the Court to conduct County business. He serves as the Chief Budget Officer of the County, meaning he will decide & recommend how our County’s taxpayer dollars are spent or saved.
The County has several operational departments, which are funded by taxpayer dollars, so Judge Stolarczyk works with Department Heads to ensure the essential services offered by the County are performed in an efficient & successful manner. Most members of the Commissioners Court participate in the supervision of County operations, & Judge Stolarczyk helps facilitate those County Commissioners’ interactions with County Department Heads.
Judge Stolarczyk also oversees the County’s many employees & has worked with the County’s Human Resources Department to develop policies that help our employees understand the benefits of working for our County, as well as ensuring that any employee complaints or concerns are objectively & fully investigated as required by law. Judge Stolarczyk takes compliance with state & federal laws seriously & is instituting a policy of initiating operational policies to ensure that our County’s employees are fairly compensated & have a voice when recommending improvements or raising concerns.
In addition to those substantial duties, Judge Stolarczyk is also responsible for presiding over judicial duties, including some criminal, civil, juvenile, probate, & mental competency cases. Judge Stolarczyk also believes a critical component of the County Judge’s duties is involving the taxpayers in County decisions, so he has created multiple committees related to County projects & then oversees those committees. Judge Stolarczyk’s goal is to ensure that our citizens’ taxpayer dollars are used as efficiently as possible while also planning for the future, especially in light of our County’s substantial growth.
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