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PARSAC's new workers' compensation claims team is at your service! Each member has been assigned a claims examiner who is available to answer any questions you may have. As always, please let us know if you are experiencing any difficulties as we complete this transition.
 
Election Results: Executive Committee
We are pleased to welcome a new member to the Executive Committee: Ben Harvey, City of Pacific Grove. In addition, the Board approved the slate of incumbents. As a result, the 2016/17 Executive Committee is as follows:
Officers
President Greg Franklin, City of Yucaipa
Vice President John Gillison, City of Rancho Cucamonga
Auditor/Controller Carolyn Steffan, City of Tehama
Treasurer Steve Rogers, Town of Yountville
Members at Large
Debra Breidenbach-Sterling, Town of Yucca Valley
Chuck Dantuono, City of Highland
Jeff Gardner, City of Plymouth
Ben Harvey, City of Pacific Grove
Catrina Olson, City of Nevada City
Cleve Morris, City of Placerville
Ronda Rivera, City of Citrus Heights
 
Thank you for your service! 
Status: 2016-17 Evidence of Insurance Renewals
We are excited to implement a new database that will improve the process for issuing evidences of insurance to our members. 2016-17 renewal certificates are currently being processed under the new system and will be distributed within the next two weeks. Members will receive email copies and hard copies will continue to be mailed to the certificate holders, unless electronic service has been requested. If you have any questions about the status of a specific renewal, please contact Amanda at awright@parsac.org.
CDAA Funding for Tree Mortality
by Travis Clemmer, CSAC-EIA

Tree related events are a frequent and potentially costly cause of loss for EIA member entities. Several consecutive years of drought have stressed our forests (urban and otherwise) to the point where managing tree mortality has become an expensive proposition for California public agencies. In response to this, California Disaster Assistance Act (CDAA) funding is available to defray the cost of identifying, removing, and disposing of dead and dying trees which create a public hazard. Cal OES has created a fact sheet to assist agencies seeking reimbursement.
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