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Governor Nathan Deal has confirmed that he'll attend & give remarks at the ACCG Capitol Connection Conference! Registration is now available for the conference, which will take place January 30-31, 2012 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.
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Download the 2012 ACCG Training Schedule to view the training opportunities offered next year through ACCG in partnership with the Carl Vinson Institute at University of Georgia.
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ACCG is pleased to announce that Joseph "Joe" Scheuer has joined the Association’s legal department. Mr. Scheuer previously served as Deputy Legislative Counsel in the Office of Legislative Counsel for the State of Georgia since 1980.
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Counties are required to submit two separate immigration reports, the E-Verify Public Contractor Compliance Report and the Public Benefit Report, by the end of the year in order to stay in compliance with Georgia’s immigration law.
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Recently, the Board of Trustees of the ACCG-Group Self-Insurance Workers’ Compensation Fund (GSIWCF) voted to return a dividend in the amount of $3.25 million to its membership. This represents an increase of 8.3 percent over last year’s $3 million dividend.
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County officials and employees can save on natural gas with discounted rates from ACCG partner Gas South. Now is a great time to lock in a great low fixed rate before winter arrives. As a county official / employee, you receive a 2-cent per therm discount* off Gas South’s published rate plans – a discount you’ll receive as long as you’re a Gas South customer. Plus, new customers who enroll online before January 4, 2012 will save an additional $75 in bill credits*. If you’re already a Gas South customer, you can start saving with your ACCG discount by enrolling your account in the program. Start saving on your natural gas with Gas South today!
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The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Georgia Farm Bureau and the Georgia Department of Agriculture present the 2012 Georgia Ag Forecast. In each session, UGA faculty will give an overview of the upcoming year, and a regional speaker will discuss farm labor, one of the hottest topics in Georgia agriculture. Seminars will take place in five locations throughout Georgia during the month of January.
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Association County Commissioners of Georgia
2013-2014 ACCG Board of Managers

 
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