September 2011, Vol.5, No.9 Past issues | Printer Friendly | Advertise | eMagazine Archives
Register now to attend the ACCG Legislative Leadership Conference scheduled for Oct. 3–4 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis! Learn more about 2012 legislative proposals, vote on the amended county platform, sign up for a training course or standard of excellence continuing education session and network with your peers from across the state.
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ACCG district meetings scheduled for October and November will cover topics including key policy issues that will be of importance during the upcoming legislative session. Earn standard of excellence credit for attending.
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Local Government Risk Management Services (LGRMS) is now offering TASER International's eight-hour training course for certification and recertification. There's no charge for members of the ACCG IRMA program (liability insurance programs).
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The Georgia Historical Society (GHS) & Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) recently announced the launch of Today in Georgia History, a new educational program that includes daily television and radio segments focusing on significant people and events associated with a particular day in Georgia history.
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September is Hunger Action Month. The Georgia Food Bank Association, comprised of seven regional food banks in Georgia who are part of the of the Feeding America network, will join with partner hunger relief agencies to ask everyone in Georgia to play a role in fighting domestic hunger.
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The Georgia Department of Community Affairs will be conducting their annual FY 2011 Recipients’ Workshop, Sept. 15-16, in Macon - Bibb County. The purpose of this workshop is to provide CDBG recipients with a broad overview of program management requirements and a detailed briefing on compliance areas.
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The United States Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) issued a press release on Aug. 30, proposing to eliminate the unfunded mandate that all street signs must be replaced and upgraded to a higher retro-reflectivity standard by 2015. Instead, signs will only have to be upgraded to the new standard after the useful life of a sign expires.
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