Nevada County Supervisors Nate Beason, Hank Weston and Ted Owens are now credentialed graduates of the CSAC [California State Association of Counties] Institute for Excellence in County Government. Supervisor Beason shares why he chose to go through the program.
“Well, I was hoping it would improve my level of knowledge about local government and how we interface with the state government and it did. It’s a more professional approach. We take local officials and we educate them on issues that they will be faced with and hopefully improve their knowledge of a variety of processes and it’s supposed to expand our capacity and capability to provide better service to our county.”
This brings to nine the number of Supervisors and executive staff in Nevada County that have completed the C-SAC course training. Out of 43 participants who will have achieved their credential from Nevada County, a record in California, announced Bill Chiat, CSAC Institute Manager, as he presented the Certificates on September 13.