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Formed in 1929, the Association of County Commissions of Alabama has worked to promote the effective county government and improved services to Alabama's residents for more than 70 years.

Providing educational opportunities for county commissioners and their staff members is a major function of the Association. The Alabama Local Government Training Institute and educational programs for county administrative personnel, county engineers, county attorneys, emergency management directors, 9-1-1 directors and county revenue officers are sponsored by the Association.

The activities of the Association are governed by a board of directors. The board consists of three officers (president, first vice president, and second vice president), representatives from 12 districts and all presidents who are still serving in county government.

For more information, visit www.alabamacounties.org.
‘Back to the Stone Age’ with County Commission Magazine
Crumbling pavement dissolving into gravel. That’s the reality of too many county roads, and that’s why it was chosen as the cover for the latest issue of County Commission Magazine. ACCA hopes the publication will be useful as you are discussing infrastructure investment. Every member of the Alabama Legislature receives a copy too by mail, and please encourage them to take a look!

Before and After photos of Chambers CR 139, where residents gladly gave up crumbling pavement and potholes for a gravel road.

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