As we are about to begin the new policy year, we would like to get a better idea of what issues your county is facing that need state or federal assistance, a change to state or federal law, or a change to state or federal agency rules and regulations. Our policy committees will be meeting during the months of August and September to discuss policy issues and recommend policy objectives for the 2022 Session of the General Assembly as well as for Congress and federal agencies. A schedule of our committee meetings will be posted on the ACCG website (www.accg.org) soon. To help us plan for our committee meetings, we have prepared questions that we would like for you to respond to.

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* 1. Name:

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* 3. Phone Number:

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* 4. Email:

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* 5. Specify the policy issues facing your county that need further discussion and any legislative or regulatory action to be addressed by our state government.

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* 6. Be as specific as possible above, or you may attach any documentation if needed.

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* 7. Suggest the name of someone, whether a county official or otherwise, that would be a good resource person for the subjects you have listed above, including their contact information (Name, Phone Number and Email):

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* 8. Specify the policy issues facing your county that need further discussion and any legislative or regulatory action to be addressed by our federal government.

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* 9. Be as specific as possible above, or you may attach any documentation if needed.

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* 10. Suggest the name of someone, whether a county official or otherwise, that would be a good resource person for the subjects you have listed above, including their contact information (Name, Phone Number and Email):

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* 11. Provide any other comments or interests you may have that are not addressed in the previous questions above.

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