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MEETINGS & EVENTS

2017 COUNTY HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

CCAO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jan. 20 at 10 AM
CCAO Offices, 209 E. State Street, Columbus

CEBCO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jan. 27 at 10 AM
CCAO Offices, 209 E. State Street, Columbus

2017 NEW MEMBER TRAINING SEMINAR

Feb. 5-7
Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square, 75 E State Street, Columbus

CORSA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Feb. 24 at 10 AM
CCAO Offices, 209 E. State Street, Columbus

NACo LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE

Feb. 25-Mar. 1
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, 2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, DC

NACo ANNUAL CONFERENCE

July 21-24
Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High Street, Franklin County (Columbus), O-H-I-O

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What's New?

Winter Conference and Trade Show

LAWMAKERS WRAP-UP SESSION WITH LOTS OF ACTION!

Dozens of measures, some carrying a multitude of state law changes, moved through the General Assembly this week to wrap up the 131st General Assembly's lame duck session.  Substantial bills on concealed weapons, economic development programs, unemployment compensation, energy mandates ad a host of other topics are heading to Governor Kasich's desk for consideration. Read more in this week's Statehouse Report.

CALDWELL RETIRES AFTER 10 TERMS AS COMMISSIONER

At the end of this term, Commissioner Jim Caldwell will be retiring after serving the residents of Ross County for the past 40 years.  CCAO President and fellow Commissioner Doug Corcoran stated, "It has been an honor to serve alongside Jim Caldwell...40 years is a testament to the type of leader that he is: honest, sincere, humble and dedicated. He is a true public servant, but more importantly, a true friend." Read more...

CCAO WELCOMES NEW ACCOUNTANT

Join CCAO in welcoming Miami County native Brandy Allen as our new accountant.  Brandy works with Finance Manager Thisbe Butcher on accounting and financial operations and prepares invoices and tracks receipts. Brandy has 16 years of corporate accounting experience. Read more...

2016 CCAO ANNUAL REPORT

Attached is our second CCAO Annual Report to highlight some of the accomplishments achieved by YOUR association and how together we are advancing effective county government for Ohio.

OHIO COUNTIES MATTER

Ohio Counties Matter was created  for members to distribute in order to educate the public on the vital services counties offer, including providing justice and public safety services, workforce preparedness, protecting children from abuse and neglect, administering elections, serving vulnerable Ohioans and maintaining roads and bridges, and more. Read more...

IMPACT OF MEDICAID MCO SALES TAX LOSS

Since 2009, Ohio has levied state and local sales taxes on Medicaid health and pharmaceutical services provided by MCO’s. The federal government has indicated that Ohio’s tax is out of compliance because it does not apply broadly to all MCO services. The tax will need to be turned off or brought into compliance by June 30, 2017. Read more…