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Registration open for 2012 CSAC Legislative Conference 

March 15 -- The 2012 CSAC Legislative Conference, scheduled for May 30-31 in Sacramento, will focus on the "Three R's" that have significant impacts on our counties: realignment, redevelopment and pension reform.

spacer This conference will provide county leaders with the latest information on these key issues and others impacting our counties today and into the future. We will hear from state leaders and we will hold in-depth workshops. You will have an opportunity to participate in important dialogue and help shape key policy. It's a "can't miss" for county supervisors, administrators and other senior executives.

CSAC has also introduced a new registration fee schedule that will help our members keep their conference expenses down. You can now register during our "early bird" period -- through April 20 -- and save $50.00 off the regular advance registration cost.  We hope you take advantage of this cost-savings.

To learn more about the conference, click here.
To register online, click here.

CSAC officials travel to nation's capital to promote federal priorities

March 9 -- CSAC leaders were in Washington, D.C. this week to promote the association's federal priority issues for 2012. Led by Yolo County Supervisor and CSAC President Mike McGowan, the CSAC delegation met with key members of Congress and Obama administration officials.

In addition to the association's leadership team, dozens of California county officials were in Washington, D.C. for the National Association of Counties' (NACo) Legislative Conference, which was held March 3-7.

On Capitol Hill, the CSAC leadership conveyed the association's federal priorities to members of the California congressional delegation, including Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). CSAC focused on several issues of importance to California's counties, namely Indian fee-to-trust reform, renewal of the Secure Rural Schools program, surface transportation reauthorization, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) levee vegetation removal policy.

To read more, click here.



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