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  • Friday, July 25, 2014

    Leon County Commissioner Bryan Desloge Elected 2nd Vice President of NACo

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    Immediate Past President of the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) Desloge poised to lead National Association of Counties (NACo) in 2016-17-

    Leon County District 4 Commissioner Bryan Desloge was elected as second (2nd) vice president of the National Association of Counties (NACo) during the 79th Annual Conference and Exposition, which was held July 11-14, at the Morial Convention Center in Orleans Parish (New Orleans), La.

     “Commissioner Desloge has demonstrated his leadership and dedication to the families in his community through his eight years on the Leon County Board of County Commissioners,” said Florida Governor Rick Scott. “His service, as well as his experience as a business owner and member of several state and regional boards, makes him a great choice for representing our great state as the second vice president of the National Association of Counties (NACo). I am confident that Commissioner Desloge will continue to do what is best for Florida families in his new position.”

  • Friday, July 25, 2014

    Okaloosa County Sheriff Recieved Award for Outstanding Leadership

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    The Florida Association of Counties (FAC) presented its 2014 “County Partner Award” Tuesday to Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry Ashley.

    Each year FAC gives the award to members of the county family that demonstrated outstanding leadership in helping FAC’s advocacy efforts during the legislative session.

    “This year Sheriff Ashley was the sole recipient of the award due to his push for a resolution to the DJJ juvenile detention cost-share system, which has been the source of legal disputes between the counties and the state for more than a decade,” said FAC Executive Director Chris Holley. “FAC is grateful for Sheriff Ashley’s support and partnership.”

    FAC’s guiding principles seek to preserve county home rule authority, to develop and implement statewide policies that improve public service, and to protect citizens from the financial burden of unfunded mandates. 

  • Friday, July 25, 2014

    Commissioner Gail Garrard Appointed to Board of Directors

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    Lafayette County Commissioner Gail Garrard was appointed to the FAC Board of Directors by FAC President, Escambia County Commissioner, Grover Robinson, she will be filling a vacancy that occurred as a result of the election of FAC officers in June. A caucus was held for the commissioners in senate District 5 to make a recommendation to the president for his consideration. Commissioner Garrard will be representing District 5 for the remainder of the year.  The FAC Board of Director seats are based of state senate seats and odd numbered districts will be up for election at the 2015 FAC Annual Conference and Educational Exposition.  For more information of the Board of Directors or the Association’s leadership please visit our website.

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