County Commissioner Debbie Lieberman to Lead State Association

Montgomery County Commissioner Debbie Lieberman has been elected President of the County Commissioners’ Association of Ohio.  Commissioner Lieberman was sworn in on Monday, December 12, 2011, during the CCAO Annual Winter Conference in Columbus, Ohio.

“It is truly an honor to serve the citizens of Montgomery County in this capacity,” said Commissioner Lieberman.  “In these tough economic times, each county in the state faces difficult decisions. As CCAO President, I look forward to advocating on state and national issues and working on solutions to challenges at home and across Ohio.”

Commissioner Lieberman is currently serving her sixth term on the CCAO Board and will serve on CCAO’s Legislative Strategies Task Force, the Metropolitan and Regional Affairs Committee and the Area 7 Workforce Investment Board.  Commissioner Lieberman serves on several state-wide committees including the Housing Trust Fund Board and the Governor’s new Innovation Council.

The County Commissioners' Association of Ohio was established in 1880 to provide educational opportunities, legislative representation, and technical assistance to county commissioners throughout Ohio.

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