CSAC Officials Travel to Washington, D.C.
Meetings Held to Discuss Association's Federal Priorities for 2013
CSAC leaders and dozens of other California county officials were in Washington, D.C. this past week for the National Association of Counties’ (NACo) Legislative Conference. The conference is held on an annual basis and brings over 2,000 elected and appointed officials from across the country to focus on key legislative issues facing county government.
During their time in the nation’s capital, CSAC officers met with key members of Congress and Obama administration officials to discuss the Association’s federal priorities for 2013. Led by Del Norte County Supervisor and CSAC President David Finigan, the Association covered topics ranging from Indian fee-to-trust reform, the reauthorization of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination (SRS) Act, and health reform implementation, to name a few.