Six months ago we started this new venture called “The County Voice.” It’s grown significantly in terms of content and readership during that time span. Our blog is now a vital and timely communications tool for CSAC.
The content has been as varied as the 58 counties we represent. From the state budget and elections to specific legislation and news about the CSAC Institute, from the Williamson Act and welfare services to marijuana and the National Association of Counties – we have written about topics that we believe are of interest to California county officials and those following county issues.
Since February, CSAC staff has written more than 100 postings. Our subscriber list, comprised of county officials, legislative staff, the media and public, continues to grow. The media has even begun to use our blog as a news sources for their articles. Yes, “The County Voice” is being heard.
If you regularly read our blog but have not yet subscribed, we urge you to look into it. Once you are subscribed, you will be alerted via email about any new posting. It is definitely worth the couple of minutes it takes to sign up. Feel free to comment on any of our postings; or if you have a posting of interest, please send it our way. We want you to also be part of “The County Voice.”
For more, visit The County Voice, a place where CSAC, county officials and stakeholders can voice their thoughts on governance and issues that impact California’s 58 counties.