Mendocino County Supervisor Carre Brown Receives Honors for Her Advocacy of Life in the Rural North

The following is a press was published by the California State Association of Counties:

[Picture from the County of Mendocino website]

During the 126th Annual Meeting of The California State Association of Counties® (CSAC), the statewide organization representing all 58 counties, Mendocino County Supervisor and CSAC Board Member Carre Brown was honored with a CSAC Circle of Service Award. This award is a way for CSAC to recognize county officials, staff and other association-affiliated members whose service to our Association and membership has been substantially above and beyond the norm.

“As wildfires continue to be a top priority for CSAC and the state of California, Supervisor Brown has always been willing to travel to Sacramento and to testify on behalf of her Mendocino County community,” said CSAC Executive Director Graham Knaus. “Her first-hand experiences, as well as her straightforward nature, provide a dose of local reality to the legislative experience.”

Most recently, Brown served on the CSAC Board of Directors as well as the Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources Committee. This recognition honors the many ways Supervisor Brown’s County and Association service have benefitted the lives of both her community members as well as residents across this state.

The California State Association of Counties is the voice of California’s 58 counties at the state and federal level.

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