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Seven Ohio County Officials visited the White House for Communities in Action: Building a Better Ohio

Seven county officials from Ohio traveled to the White House to participate in Communities in Action: Building A Better Ohio on September 7. The event highlighted how recently passed federal legislation is affecting the state and local communities.


OneOhio direct payments approved uses reminder

As the first direct payment to local governments from the Distributor Opiate Settlement has been distributed, CCAO is reminding members of the approved uses for settlement dollars.


CCAO applauds historic investment in Appalachian Ohio, primary election funding

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.


State capital appropriations bill continues strong support for county jails

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.


Mitigation of Cyber and Driving Risks

Written by Frank Hatfield, CORSA Risk Manager


Home Grown – How agriculture shapes Commissioner Champ Henson’s outlook on community, public service

Pickaway County Commissioner Harold “Champ” Henson has an interesting story to tell. Many know of Henson’s accomplishments as a star fullback at The Ohio State University in the 1970s, later going on to play for Paul Brown with the Cincinnati Bengals.


CCAO Dedicates Interactive Display About Counties and the State Partnership to the Ohio Statehouse

The County Commissioners Association of Ohio (CCAO) unveiled and dedicated a vibrant, interactive display about counties and the vital state-county partnership to the Ohio Statehouse Map Room on Dec 8, 2021.


CCAO publishes 2021 Annual Report, celebrates a year of achievements

The year 2021 has been a year of great progress for CCAO and its members, with a long list of achievements that we’re proud to share in this annual report.


Governor DeWine to address CCAO/CEAO Winter Conference

Governor Mike DeWine, Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, House Speaker Bob Cupp, and Senate President Matt Huffman will be address events throughout the conference.


CCAO Supports Proposed Opioid Litigation Settlement

CCAO President and Licking County Commissioner Tim Bubb provides statement.

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