Association of Oregon Counties Announces Retirement of Executive Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 19, 2019
AOC CONTACT: Mckenzie Farrell, mfarrell@oregoncounties.org

Association of Oregon Counties Announces Retirement of Executive Director

Salem, Ore. — Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) announced today that Mike McArthur will retire as executive director on July 31, 2018. McArthur has served as AOC’s executive director for nearly 14 years.

Prior to being selected as AOC executive director, McArthur served as Sherman County judge for more than a decade and as AOC president in 1999.

The AOC executive committee will meet to consider an interim leadership process moving forward. Further information will follow as it becomes available.

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ABOUT AOC

The Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) unites Oregon’s 36 county governments. Founded in 1906, AOC brings county officials together to advocate with a collective voice on state-wide and national policy, exchange ideas, build new leadership skills, and exercise exemplary leadership in public service, while enriching the public’s understanding of county government.

 

2018-07-19T15:56:03+00:00 July 19th, 2018|Categories: AOC News|