Issue Spotlight takes a deep dive into an important issue facing counties today. In this installment, we discuss the changes made in the latest state budget to implement the Next Generation 9-1-1 system and requirements that counties must meet.
CCAO's Policy Team will host a webinar on Tuesday, August 1, 2023 at 10:00 AM. Register today!
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Opioid settlement payments from the Mallinckrodt bankruptcy agreement should have arrived to local government accounts early this month.
Nineteen counties were born on April 1, the second-most of any day.
Twenty-four counties were born on March 1, the most of any day.
Key Association priorities receive attention, including restoration of the Local Government Fund, additional funding for county jail construction and renovation, maintaining full funding of
Two CCAO formers will serve on the chamber leadership team, eight will serve as either committee chair or committee vice chair.
House Bill 45 passed the General Assembly yesterday with several provisions beneficial to counties.
Fifty-two Ohio counties are eligible for funds; deadline to apply is January 31, 2023.
DeWine-Husted Administration releases information regarding the Appalachian Community Grant Program; grant applications open November 2.
The County Commissioners Association of Ohio (CCAO) commends and sincerely thanks the members of the Ohio General Assembly for their support of House Bill 377, which among other provisions, enacts Governor DeWine’s historic proposal for investing in Appalachian Ohioan provides funding to counties for the August 2nd primary election.
The County Commissioners Association of Ohio (CCAO) deeply appreciates the inclusion of $50 million for county jail facilities in the state capital appropriations substitute bill released today.
Written by Frank Hatfield, CORSA Risk Manager