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November 2010

County Engineers Break New Ground and Elect First Woman President

The County Engineers Association of California (CEAC) elected Julie Bueren of Contra Costa as their first woman president.

Hail to the Chief!

Chief Justice Ronald M. George has been presented with the CSAC 2010 President’s Award. Chief Justice George is retiring at the end of the year after a distinguished 38-year career on the bench

Powerful, Positive Messages at Annual Meeting

It’s Day Two of the CSAC Annual Meeting in Riverside County and so far we’ve been hearing – and seeing – some very inspirational messages. While it would be so easy to get caught up in the pessimism and frustration emanating from the state’s fiscal situation, county leaders are encouraged by a message of hope, perseverance and opportunity.

“It’s About the People”

County supervisors-elect from all around California have come together today and tomorrow in Riverside County to participate in the CSAC New Supervisors Institute. This is the first session of a certificated three-part curriculum conducted by the CSAC Institute for Excellence in County Government and CSU Sacramento Center for California studies. Overall, the new supervisors will [...]

It’s the (Lethargic) Recovery, Stupid

The Legislative Analyst’s Office released its November budget forecast today, announcing a projected $25.4 billion state budget deficit for 2011-12.