2016 Conference 2017-11-13T22:02:55+00:00

Annual Conference – Opportunity from Adversity

The AOC Annual Conference provides an opportunity for county commissioners and judges, as well as other county elected officials and department heads, to conduct business, network, and attend educational sessions.

The 2017 AOC Annual Conference will take place November 14 – 16 at the Hilton Hotel in Eugene.

View 2016 program information below.

2016 Conference Program

9:00AM – 11:00AM

AOC FOREST MANAGEMENT SUBCOMMITTEE ANNUAL MEETING

Vistas I

 

9:00AM – 12:45PM

NEW COMMISSIONER ORIENTATION

Hellman

This orientation is for new commissioners/judges. (lunch provided – RSVP required)

 

10:00AM – 1:00PM

COMMUNITY RENEWABLE ENERGY ASSOCIATION (CREA) ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Vistas II

(lunch provided – RSVP required)

 

11:00AM – 1:00PM

OREGON COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (OCZMA) MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Studio B/C

(lunch provided – RSVP required)

 

1:00PM – 5:00PM

PRE-CONFERENCE SESSION – EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Bloch/Sousa

Introduction:

  • Larry Givens, president, Association of Oregon Counties, county commissioner, Umatilla County

Speakers:

  • Ed Flick, County Emergency Manager, Marion County
  • Virginia “Jenny” Demaris, Emergency Manager, Lincoln County

 

3:00PM – 6:00PM

REGISTRATION

Lobby
5:00PM – 6:00PM

NEW COMMISSIONER RECEPTION

President’s Suite
6:00PM – 8:00PM

NEW COMMISSIONER DINNER

Vistas I

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 1

Wilder

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District One Counties:

District One Chair:

  • Commissioner George Murdock, Umatilla County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 2

Hansberry

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Two Counties:

District Two Chair:

  • Judge Steve Grasty, Harney County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 3

Ferber

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Three Counties:

District Three Chair:

  • Commissioner Karen Joplin, Hood River County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 4

Studio A

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Four Counties:

District Four Chair:

  • Commissioner David Brock Smith, Curry County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 5

Studio B

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Five Counties:

District Five Chair:

  • Commissioner Annabelle Jaramillo, Benton County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 6

Studio C

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Six Counties:

District Six Chair:

  • Commissioner Jennifer Wheeler, Polk County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 7

Joplin/Seeger

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Seven Counties:

District Seven Chair:

  • Commissioner Doug Hunt, Lincoln County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

DISTRICT 8

Board

AOC districts will meet to conduct their annual business including review of proposed AOC bylaw changes, even numbered districts will have election of district officers and representatives to the AOC Membership Committee and Legislative Committee, among other business.

District Eight Counties:

District Eight Chair:

  • Commissioner John Ludlow, Clackamas County

 

10:00AM – 10:15AM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

10:15AM – 11:45AM

OPENING GENERAL SESSION

Bloch/Sousa

The 2016 AOC Annual Conference, Opportunity from Adversity, kicks off with keynote speaker Gordon Viggiano, My Brain, LLC with his talk on “Putting Failure in Its Place.” By the end of this interactive talk every participant will have created the outline of a plan to move forward in their job and life.

Moderator:

  • AOC President Larry Givens, commissioner, Umatilla County

Speaker:

  • Gordon Viggiano, My Brain, LLC
  • Natassia Walsh, program manager, National Association of Counties

 

12:00PM – 1:15PM

NETWORKING LUNCH: ELECTION RECAP

Williams

Review the results of local and state ballot measures and get insight and analysis regarding what polling and the election results tell us.

Speakers:

  • Rob Bovett, legal counsel, Association of Oregon Counties
  • John Horvick, vice president and political director, DHM Research

 

1:30PM – 3:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: MAKING COLLABORATION WORK ON THE GROUND

Bloch

This session will explore opportunities for improved collaboration between counties and federal agencies involved in forest and rangeland management. Collaboration and communication mechanisms to be discussed include the Good Neighbor authority, early and often communication policy and the Oregon Partnership concept.

Moderator:

  • Mark Labhart, commissioner, Tillamook County

Speakers:

  • Jim Pena, regional forester, District 6, U.S. Forest Service
  • Ron Dunton, state director, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon/Washington
  • Billy J. Willliams, United States Attorney, District of Oregon
  • Ken Fahlgren, commissioner, Crook County
  • Steve Grasty, judge, Harney County
  • Tony Hyde, commissioner, Columbia County

 

1:30PM – 3:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: LPSCC OPPORTUNITIES

Sousa

Local Public Safety Coordinating Councils can serve as the cornerstone to help drive community driven, evidence based decisions that increase public safety, get better outcomes and use limited public dollars more effectively. In this two-part session, hear how your LPSCC can help the public safety in your county and learn from two county commissioners who will share their top 10 steps for making cross-system collaboration work in their communities.

Moderator:

  • Karen Joplin, commissioner, Hood River County

Speakers:

  • Madeleine Dardeau, Oregon Criminal Justice Commission
  • George Murdock, commissioner, Umatilla County
  • Kelly Minty Morris, commissioner, Klamath County

 

3:00PM – 3:15PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

 

3:15PM – 3:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: GET TO YES – PASSING BOND/LEVY MEASURES

Bloch

This session will share examples of strategies and tools your county can use when conducting a bond or levy campaign. Attendees will learn how to develop an appropriate schedule, where in their communities they should share their message and what planning needs to happen before a measure is referred to the ballot.

Introduction:

  • Mark Davidson, commissioner, Union County

Speaker:

  • Justin Stranzl, business development leader, senior associate, DLR Group

 

3:15PM – 3:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: KEEPING VETERANS OUT OF JAIL

Sousa

The aim of the Veterans Justice Outreach (VJO) program is to avoid the unnecessary criminalization of mental illness and extended incarceration among veterans by ensuring that eligible, justice-involved veterans have timely access to Veterans Health Administration services, as clinically indicated. VJO specialists provide direct outreach, assessment and case management for justice-involved veterans in local courts and jails and liaison with local justice system partners. County commissioners can play a lead role in partnering within the VJOs to better serve veterans and their families across Oregon.

Moderator:

  • Kelley Minty Morris, commissioner, Klamath County

Speaker:

  • Paul Skinner, VA Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics

 

3:45PM – 4:00PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

 

4:00PM – 4:30PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: HOW TO ENGAGE YOUR COMMUNITY IN SERVING VETERANS

Sousa

Counties have the power to very positively shape the daily quality of life of veterans that live in their communities. County commissioners can help harness this potential by convening local leaders and volunteers who can create a local infrastructure of support for veterans for everything from support for school aged children and childcare, to employment opportunities, to access to healthcare to simple acts of recognition. In addition, responsive constituent service efforts for veterans and active working relationships with local congressional staff are great opportunities to improve the lives of our veterans.

Moderator:

  • Rod Runyon, commissioner, Wasco County

Speaker:

  • John Howard, commander, USN Retired, former staff for Congressman Greg Walden

 

4:00PM – 4:30PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: SHAKE ALERT: EARLY WARNING FOR THE BIG ONE

Bloch

Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) systems are currently operating in several countries, and others are building them. Since 2006 the U.S. Geological Survey has been working with Caltech, Berkeley, the University of Washington and the University of Oregon to develop a west coast EEW system. EEW systems use earthquake science and the technology of monitoring systems to alert devices and people when shaking waves generated by an earthhquake are expected to arrive at their location. The seconds to minutes of advance warning can allow people and systems to take actions to protect life and property from destructive shaking. University of Oregon faculty will describe Shake Alert and what local government officials need to know about it.

Moderator:

  • Jay Bozevich, commissioner, Lane County

Speaker:

  • Dr. Doug Toomey, University of Oregon
  • Tripp Robinson, emergency operations, Intel

 

4:30PM – 5:00PM

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE

Wilder

 

4:30PM – 6:00PM

WELCOME RECEPTION

Lobby

 

6:30PM – 8:00PM

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE DINNER

Oregon Electric Station

RSVP Required

7:00AM – 8:00AM

ANNUAL COUNCIL OF FOREST TRUST LAND COUNTIES (CFTLC) BREAKFAST MEETING

Wilder

This is the annual meeting of the Council of Forest Trust Land Counties. (breakfast provided, rsvp required)

 

7:00AM – 8:00AM

PUBLIC SAFETY STRATEGIES FOR COMMISSIONERS

Joplin/Seeger

By invitation only, AOC and staff from the Criminal Justice Commission will meet with counties participating in the grant that will provide LPSCC coordinators to selected counties. (breakfast provided, rsvp required)

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

CONCURRENT SESSION: CONVENER WORKSHOP

Hellman

In this session, commissioners will describe their experiences with one or two of the principles of convening. Attendees will then have an opportunity to apply these principles in workshop fashion to a case or project of their choice.

Moderator:

  • Tony Hyde, commissioner, Columbia County

Speakers:

  • Karen Joplin, commissioner, Hood River County
  • Mark Labhart, commissioner, Tillamook County
  • Steve Grasty, judge, Harney County
  • Janet Carlson, commissioner, Marion County
  • Larry Givens, county commissioner, Umatilla County
  • George Murdock, commissioner, Umatilla County
  • Kelley Minty Morris, commissioner, Klamath County

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

CONCURRENT SESSION: FEMA BIOP – A COUNTY PERSPECTIVE

Sousa

Join this session to hear from a county planner, DLCD staff, the Farm Bureau and FEMA on how the ongoing FEMA BiOp rollout will impact communities participating in the National Flood Insurance Program. Each speaker will present their unique perspective with plenty of time for questions and answers. Whether you just heard of this program or you have been following for years, this session will have lasting impacts on your county.

Moderator:

  • Tim Josi, commissioner, Tillamook County

Speakers:

  • Bryan Pohl, planning director, Tillamook County
  • Mary Anne Nash, Farm Bureau
  • Mark Carey, director, Mitigation Division, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region 10
  • Amanda Putton, Department of Land Conservation and Development

 

8:30AM – 10:00AM

CONCURRENT SESSION: POVERTY TO PROSPERITY

Bloch

There are many challenges to lifting people out of poverty and getting appropriate workforce training. Innovative community-based approaches that have great promise and new statewide proposals will be discussed.

Moderator:

  • Bev Stein, National Policy Consensus Center, Portland State University

Speakers:

  • Bobby Lee, Regional Solutions coordinator, Office of the Governor
  • Christian Kaylor, Oregon Employment Department
  • David Childers, chair, Oregon Talent Council
  • Steve Zika, CEO, Hampton Lumber

 

10:00AM – 10:15AM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

 

10:15AM – 11:45AM

CONCURRENT SESSION: WATER ISSUES AND RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT

Bloch

The first of this two-part session looks at the flood control authority of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages 13 dams and reservoirs in the Willamette Valley. These reservoirs have a total storage capacity of over 1.5 million acre feet. Nevertheless, climate conditions and multiple needs present the Corps with a daunting challenge. The second part of this session will provide a description of each challenge faced by localities or regions of Oregon to access to adequate water supply for beneficial needs; and the opportunities to provide that water.

Moderator:

  • Craig Pope, commissioner, Polk County and Alan Unger, commissioner Deschutes County

Speakers:

  • Erik Petersen, operations project manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Tom Paul, special advisor, Oregon Water Resources Department

 

10:15AM – 10:45AM

CONCURRENT SESSION: AGENCY MEET AND GREET

Lobby Lounge

Join state agency leaders and members of the governor’s policy team in this session modeled after “speed dating.” Jump in any time – rotations will occur every 10 minutes!

Speakers:

  • List of participating agency directors or alternate, and governor’s policy staff will be added soon.

 

10:15AM – 10:45AM

CONCURRENT SESSION: RETHINKING BOUNDARIES FOR BETTER HEALTH

Sousa

Oregon is on the verge of implementing public health modernization. This session will look at some best practices from around the country for doing public health work differently. Then, in small, facilitated groups we will look at how your public health work may be shaped by Oregon’s new model and future investments.

Moderator:

  • George Murdock, commissioner, Umatilla County

Speaker:

  • Pat Libbey, co-director, Center for Sharing Public Health Services

 

12:00PM – 1:15PM

NETWORKING LUNCH: TRACK TOWN 2021, AOC SECOND VICE PRESIDENT CANDIDATE FORUM

Williams

TrackTown USA will be bringing the world track championships to Eugene in 2021. Learn about the projected statewide impact, and how communities can get involved. Also, hear from our AOC officer candidates.

Moderator:

  • AOC Second Vice President Mark Davidson, county commissioner, Union County

Speakers:

  • Sasha Spencer-Atwood, TrackTown 2021
  • AOC officer candidates

 

1:30PM – 2:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: THE LATEST AND GREATEST ON PUBLIC MEETINGS LAW

Bloch

The basics of Oregon public meetings law don’t change much, but there is always new case law. This session will include what is a public meeting, what is required, executive session, common mistakes, enforcement and recent case law.

Speaker:

  • Rob Bovett, legal counsel, Association of Oregon Counties

 

1:30PM – 2:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: LOW BID – LOOK OUT FOR HIDDEN COSTS

Sousa

There are many factors involved with the final cost of any road project. Some o those cost include the product, labor, transportation and many others. Often the “low Bid” method of awarding projects only reviews the cost of the product. This session will reveal areas where vendors often have charges that can significantly impact the final cost of the project. This session can help your road program save thousands of dollars next season.

Moderator:

  • AOC Second Vice President Mark Davidson, county commissioner, Union County

Speaker:

  • Troy Tindall, executive vice president, Blue Line Transportation & Road Projects

 

2:00PM – 2:15PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

 

2:15PM – 2:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: THE LATEST AND GREATEST ON PUBLIC RECORDS LAW

Bloch

The basics of Oregon public records law, including what is a public record, exemptions from disclosure, timing of disclosure, manner of disclosure, appeals from denials and proposed 2017 reform legislation.

Speaker:

  • Rob Bovett, legal counsel, Association of Oregon Counties

 

2:15PM – 2:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: MARITIME, THE UNKNOWN WORKFORCE SECTOR

Wilder

The maritime industry is connected to the entire state. This session will raise awareness of the need for maritime workforce training and how the rest of the state is impacted by the industry.

Moderator:

  • Doug Hunt, commissioner, Lincoln County

Speaker:

  • Rick Williams, director, Columbia Region, Leidos Maritime Solutions
  • Tony Erikson, chair, Northwest Oregon Works Board

 

2:45PM – 3:00PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

 

3:00PM – 3:30PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: RETIREMENT READINESS

Bloch

Join your peers in a quick fire session for Tier One and Tier Two retirees as they look forward to retirement. Speakers will share details on getting retirement ready, the process of completing PERS forms and how Deferred Compensation works with your PERS retirement.

Moderator:

  • Mark Davidson, commissioner, Union County

Speakers:

  • Lonnie Gieber, retirement specialist, Nationwide
  • Andy Segrist, retirement specialist, Nationwide

 

3:00PM – 3:30PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES OF THE .370 POPULATION

Sousa

Oregon Health Authority will discuss current trends in .370 use and how counties are helping to stem the tide of state hospital use. Background regarding recent funding allocations and future budget needs and requests will also be shared.

Moderator:

  • Karen Joplin, commissioner, Hood River County

Speaker:

  • Karen Wheeler, integrated health programs director, Oregon Health Authority

 

3:30PM – 3:45PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby

 

3:45PM – 5:45PM

OFFSITE WORKSHOP: MARIJUANA TOUR (pre-registration required)

Meeting point: Registration Desk

Visit a marijuana grow site and a dispensary and learn about the issues facing the newest addition to the Oregon economy. Transportation will be by bus. This tour is limited to 50 people. Sign up at the registration desk.

 

3:45PM – 5:45PM

OFFSITE WORKSHOP: BUILDING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL ECONSYSTEM VIA RAIN (pre-registration required)

Meeting point: Registration Desk

Tour the new Regional Accelerator Innovation Network facility and fertilab. Explore the benefits of co-locating with the new UO Innovation Hub which emphasizes partnerships and opportunities. Sign up for this tour at the registration desk.

 

3:45PM – 5:45PM

OFFSITE WORKSHOP: HOUSING (pre-registration required)

Meeting point: Registration Desk

Through a variety of local partnerships, Lane County has seen the development of transitional housing villages and “rest stops.” These tours will visit one of two sites utilizing tiny houses and/or conestoga huts to get individuals off the streets. One tour group will focus on veteran’s housing, the other mixed-client housing.

 

3:45PM – 5:45PM

OFFSITE WORKSHOP: AUTZEN STADIUM: INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER RESILIENCE (pre-registration required)

Meeting point: Registration Desk

Tour behind the scenes at Autzen Stadium and the new Hatfield-Dowlin football complex. While there you will learn about the University of Oregon’s academic and operational roles in emergency preparation, response, risk reduction and community resilience efforts across the state. See up close how the UO and its many government and community partners plan for an implement a football game, which on game day makes the population in and around Autzen Stadium the size of the ninth largest city in the state. Transportation will be provided to Autzen Stadium and back. This tour will include a great deal of walking inside and outside.

 

5:45PM – 6:00PM

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE

Wilder

7:30AM – 8:30AM

FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST (breakfast provided, rsvp requested)

Wilder

This year’s speaker with be retiring Judge Steve Grasty. Cost of the breakfast is $25, payable at the door.

 

7:30AM – 8:30AM

AFFILIATE AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MEETING (breakfast provided, rsvp required)

Williams

By invitation only, AOC will meet with leaders of AOC affiliate and association organizations to discuss how we can more seamlessly work together and how AOC can better serve affiliate and associate organizations.

 

7:30AM – 8:30AM

OREGON RURAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL LISTENING SESSION (breakfast provided)

O’Neill

The Oregon Rural Development Council (ORDC) is a broad partnership of public and private organizations working to meet community and economic development needs in rural areas. ORDC connects communities to strategies, technical assistance and financial resources to help meet locally identified goals. ORDC also promotes policy coordination at the federal , state and local levels and advocates for solutions and innovations to address the unique needs of rural people. This session will include an overview of ORDC activities and gather your input about other ways ORDC can support the economy and quality of life in rural Oregon.

 

9:00AM – 11:30AM

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

Bloch/Sousa

Doing the business of AOC, this session will include the election of AOC officers, consideration of bylaw changes, CIS safety awards, consideration of resolutions and reports from national and regional partners. It will be riveting – you don’t want to miss it!

 

12:00PM – 1:15PM

NETWORKING LUNCH: OFFICER INSTALLATION AND AWARDS

Williams

Join the AOC family as the newly elected officers are installed, say goodbye to retiring commissioners and judges, recognize the Road Official of the Year and hear from outgoing and incoming AOC presidents.

Moderator:

  • Larry Givens, president, Association of Oregon Counties, county commissioner, Umatilla County

 

1:30PM – 2:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: OBC/AOC PARTNERSHIP FOR RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Wilder

Last year’s AOC Annual Conference kicked off a partnership between AOC and the Oregon Business Council (OBC). This year’s session highlights the ways our two organizations are working together to make the partnership real. Some highlights include: regional dinners, regional priorities identified, inclusion of rural priorities in the OBC Business Plan and highlights of the summit and working together on legislative strategies.

Moderator:

  • Larry Givens, president, Association of Oregon Counties, commissioner, Umatilla County

Speakers:

  • Duncan Wyse, president, Oregon Business Council
  • Mike McArthur, executive director, Association of Oregon Counties

 

1:30PM – 2:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: STATE FUNDED TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS

Hansberry

Federal dollars come with many strings attached. The fund exchange program, administered by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) allows counties to exchange federal dollars for state dollars. The suggested changes to the fund exchange program will provide more state dollars for currently federally funded projects.

Moderator:

  • John Vial, public works director, Jackson County

Speakers:

  • Mac Lynde, active transportation manager, Oregon Department of Transportation
  • Paul Mather, Highway Division administrator, Oregon Department of Transportation

 

1:30PM – 2:00PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: BEST PRACTICES IN HOUSING

Ferber

Affordability, land use, homelessness – commissioners will share the primary challenges faced in their communities and the innovative methods they have employed to address them. Learn from your colleagues as they share best practices and lessons learned.

Moderator:

  • Martha Schrader, commissioner, Clackamas County

Speaker:

  • Pat Farr, commissioner, Lane County

 

2:00PM – 2:15PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby
2:15PM – 2:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: HEALTHCARE AS AN ECONOMIC DRIVER

Wilder

The condition of healthcare in rural communities can have a significant effect on rural economic development. The director of Oregon’s Office of Rural Health will discuss how Oregon is attempting to deal with the challenges rural communities face.

Moderator:

  • Karen Joplin, commissioner, Hood River County

Speaker:

  • Scott Ekblad, director, Oregon Office of Rural Health

 

2:15PM – 2:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: TOWARD ZERO DEATHS – ENDING FATAL AND SERIOUS INJURY CRASHES IN YOUR COUNTY

Hansberry

Growing public and political concern over a recent increase in traffic fatalities has led a number of counties and cities to commit to Towards Zero Deaths (TZD) or Vision Zero, two national efforts to improve local transportation safety. While Vision Zero is urban focused, TZD was developed by a variety of local, state and federal stakeholders to improve safety for all road users and geographic areas. Join a nationally recognized leader in local transportation safety for an introduction to TZD, explanation of its value to counties and the steps you can take to reduce traffic fatalities in your community.

Moderator:

  • Tammy Baney, commissioner, Deschutes County

Speaker:

  • Joe Marek, transportation safety program manager, Clackamas County

 

2:15PM – 2:45PM

CONCURRENT SESSION: CHANGING COURSE ON CORRECTIONAL CLAIMS

Ferber

Claims from correctional facilities have been a significant issue for CIS’ county members. In this session, the CIS team will analyze large claims and claim trends over the past five years, and share risk management principles and techniques to reduce future claims in county correctional facilities.

Introduction:

  • Mark Davidson, commissioner, Union County

Speakers:

  • Trent McGrath, risk manager officer, CityCounty Insurance Services (CIS)
  • Dave Nelson, public safety/risk manager officer, CityCounty Insurance Services (CIS)

 

2:45PM – 3:00PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Lobby
3:00PM – 4:20PM

THE TIM AND TAMMY SHOW: THE EVOLVING MARIJUANA OREGON BUSINESS SECTOR

Bloch/Sousa

Join Commissioner Tim Josi, Tillamook County, and Commissioner Tammy Baney, Deschutes County, in this late-night talk show format as they talk marijuana. Guests will come from the marijuana industry and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. It will be fun and informative!

Speaker:

  • Sam Chapman, New Economy Consulting
  • Ranee Niedermeyer, director of government relations and communications, Oregon Liquor Control Commission
  • Anthony Taylor, Compassionate Oregon
  • Rob Bovett, legal counsel, Association of Oregon Counties

 

5:00PM – 7:00PM

COUNTY PRODUCT TASTING

Williams

The premier event of the AOC Annual Conference. Enjoy the flavors of Oregon as brought to you by AOC’s eight districts.

7:30AM – 9:30AM

AOC OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRS BREAKFAST MEETING

Bloch

 

9:00AM – 11:00AM

COUNTY SUPPORT STAFF MEETING

Sousa

Tuesday, November 15


1:30PM – 5:00PM

COUNTY ADMINISTRATORS

Studio A

Wednesday, November 16


8:00AM – 5:00PM

COUNTY ADMINISTRATORS

Studio A
9:00AM – 5:00PM

ASSOCIATION OF OREGON COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS (AOCMHP)

Studio B/C
9:00AM – 5:00PM

SENATE STAFF

Directors
1:00PM – 5:00PM

ASSOCIATION OF OREGON COUNTY PLANNING DIRECTORS (AOCPD)

Joplin/Seeger

Thursday, November 17


8:00AM – 5:00PM

ASSOCIATION OF OREGON COMMUNITIES MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS (AOCMHP)

Studio B/C
8:00AM – 5:00PM

OREGON ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY CLERKS (OACC)

Studio A
8:00AM – 5:00PM

OREGON COUNTY COUNSELS ASSOCIATION (OCCA)

Vistas
8:00AM – 5:00PM

ASSOCIATION OF OREGON COUNTY PLANNING DIRECTORS (AOCPD)

Joplin/Seeger
8:15AM – 4:00PM

OREGON PUBLIC PROPERTY MANAGERS ASSOCIATION (OPPMA)

Directors
9:30AM – 5:00PM

FACILITIES MANAGERS

Board
9:30AM – 12:00PM

ROAD OFFICIALS

Design Lounge
10:00AM – 12:00PM

CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION (CJC)

Vistas

Friday, November 18


8:00AM – 12:00PM

OREGON ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS DIRECTORS (OACCD)

Vistas
8:00AM – 12:00PM

OREGON COUNTY COUNSELS ASSOCIATION (OCCA)

Vistas
8:00AM – 12:00PM

OREGON PUBLIC PROPERTY MANAGERS ASSOCIATION (OPPMA)

Directors

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