JOE D. MILLER
Current Term: 01/01/2017 – 01/01/2024
Serving Since: 2003
Commissioner Joe Miller has served Holmes County since 2003 when he was appointed to complete an unexpired term. He is presently the most senior member of the Board of Commissioners with 13 years of experience. He has run three successful campaigns having been re-elected to the seat in 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016. Prior to becoming an elected official, Joe worked in private business serving as the Operations Manager and General Manager of Dutchman Hospitality and was also the owner / operator of the Oak Ridge Inn in Walnut Creek, Ohio for 20 years.
Commissioner Miller is an outspoken proponent of fiscal conservatism and along with the other two Commissioners is proud to be a part of the many positive developments that have occurred within Holmes County government. Holmes County has transformed itself from a period of extreme budget shortfalls to what it has become today. Through Commissioner Miller’s leadership, the county now boasts a strong stable budget, efficient operating standards and a “rainy day” fund that in 2016 is at the maximum level allowed by Ohio law.
Commissioner Miller looks forward to continuing to represent the people of Holmes County and would encourage you to stop by our office at 2 Court Street in Millersburg or call his cell at 330-204-1490 if there is anything he can do for you.
Current Term: 01/03/2017 – 01/02/2024
Serving Since: 2009
Commissioner Eyler has been a resident of Holmes County for 56 years and a graduate of Millersburg High School. Following graduation, Commissioner Eyler enlisted in and served four years in the US Navy. He has been married for fifty two years to his wife Verlie. They have six children, 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
It has been his desire and pleasure to use his talents and abilities to further improve the quality of life for our community. He is also aware of the need to listen to the people that he represents.
As a representative on the Holmes County Commissioners he will work hard to address the issues that are important to our county. These include attracting and maintain new business, developing a plan for controlled growth and assuring the continued operation of our county.
As a fiscal conservative, he will use common sense and his previous experiences as an accountant, work on school boards and the fire department to meet the needs of our county, keeping in mind the importance of having a balanced budget.
Commissioners Eyler’s qualifications are as follows:
Eight years Holmes County School Board
Fourteen years West Holmes School Board
Four Years Ashland/West Holmes JVS Board
Forty five years Holmes Fire District #1, Chief for eight years
Thirty years accountant for Holmes/Wayne Rural Electric Co.