Nearly 3,000 county supervisors, commissioners, and executives from across the country are converging on Los Angeles County this week for the National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference. The Long Beach Convention Center will be busy for several days with workshops, policy discussions and speakers offering insight and expertise on a variety of critical issues. In addition, San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox is up for election as NACo Second Vice President. You can read about his platform here.
“There are a lot of good reasons to visit Los Angeles County no matter what season it is,” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe. “But for people in county government, this is a great time to be here. The NACo conference presents the opportunity to have real impact on some of the most important issues facing our constituents today.”
You can follow all the action from the NACo conference on Twitter with the hashtag #NACoAnn.
And please watch a video welcome from Supervisor Knabe here.