Hot 5: Spring Cleanup April 18-25

  • Published: December 22, 2014
  • Spring Cleanup set for April 18-25

    The Alabama PALS (People Against a Littered State) will hold its annual spring “Don’t Drop it on Alabama” cleanup April 18-25 of 2015. AL PALS will provide the bags, program brochures and publicity materials for the cleanup. Please share this information with any community groups that would be interested in participating, and PALS greatly appreciates the support from counties throughout the state that made the 2014 event such a success. To learn more, contact Spencer Ryan, executive vice president, at 334-263-7737 or Jeannine Wilder, chapter development coordinator, at 256-571-9968.

     

    County Chat with CROAA is tomorrow

    Members of the County Revenue Officers Association of Alabama are invited to register for a webinar tomorrow from 2 to 2:30 p.m. The agenda will include updates on the CROAA Education and Certification Program, Revenue-related provisions in the Alabama County Platform, the Alabama Tax Tribunal and the likelihood of legislation to allow tax collections on internet sales. Use this link to register or get more information.

     

    ACCA 2015 Liability Fund Renewals Due Jan. 1st

    By now, all Liability Fund Members should have received their 2015 Liability Fund renewal packet.  Please review your declarations page and endorsements to make sure the information is correct.  After reviewing the packet, sign and date the Declarations Page and complete pages 7 and 8 of the Participation Agreement and return them to ACCA at P.O. Box 5040, Montgomery, AL 36103, as soon as possible.  We will promptly return an executed copy of the Participation Agreement.  Renewal premium contributions are due January 1, 2015, and should be mailed to ACCA Liability Self-Insurance Fund Inc. at P.O. Box 11047, Montgomery, AL 36111.

     

    Alabama Jail Training Academy off to good start

    The Alabama Jail Training Academy got off to an outstanding start last week, when 12 senior jail officers from around the state spent two days in a “train the trainer” course taught be the National Institute for Jail Operations. The academy is a joint effort of the Alabama Sheriffs Association and ACCA, with the curriculum developed by the National Institute for Jail Operations. Graduates can earn a certificate for completing four courses, and counties in the ACCA Self-Insurance Funds can get full or partial reimbursement for some registration fees.

     

    Merry Christmas!

    The ACCA office will be closed Dec. 24-25 and will reopen on Friday, Dec. 26.

     

     

    Hot 5 is a weekly newsletter from the Association of County Commissions of Alabama