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CALIFORNIA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES

Healthy

COUNTIES Healthy

CALIFORNIA CSAC 119th Annual Meeting

San Jose, Santa Clara County, CA November 19 – 22, 2013


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CORPORATE MEMBERS Alkermes BI Centene Coast2Coast DLR Group Dominion Hanson Bridgett LLP Healthstat Kaiser Permanente Nationwide Retirement Solutions Pacific Gas & Electric Company Southern California Edison The Chumash Xerox Corporation

Sponsorship OPPORTUNITIES A wide range of sponsorship opportunities are available throughout the Annual Meeting, including meetings and workshops, refreshment breaks, receptions, and other special events. If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities, please contact John Samartzis, Director of Corporate Relations, at 916-458-1471, or email him at jsamartzis@counties.org.

Healthy COUNTIES | Healthy CALIFORNIA Dear Friends and Colleagues, This November, CSAC will hold its 119th Annual Meeting November 19-22 in San Jose, Santa Clara County. This year’s conference theme is “Healthy Counties, Healthy California.” With all 38 million Californians living within one of our 58 counties, a healthy California truly depends on healthy counties. During the week, we will look at the many ways we can enhance and maintain our counties’ health: through the programs we offer, through the economy, through technology, and through ourselves and our staffs. You will have an opportunity to receive updates on landmark programs, such as public-safety realignment and the Affordable Care Act; you can join the ongoing discussion on vital issues that impact our communities, such as water and homelessness; and you can learn about ways to improve the health of your employees and communities. It is crucial for our county leaders to come together once again at this year’s Annual Meeting. With another great program lineup in place, I am confident you will find the speakers, workshops and committee meetings to be a worthwhile investment. I look forward to seeing you in Santa Clara County for our 119th Annual Meeting.

David Finigan CSAC President Del Norte County Supervisor

Healthy COUNTIES Healthy CALIFORNIA

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Featured SPEAKER Tuesday Kick-off Session

Herschel Walker

Former NFL Running Back & Mental Health Awareness Advocate Herschel Walker is known for his feats on the gridiron: threetime consensus All American, Heisman Trophy recipient, United States Football League MVP, and longtime NFL running back for the Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles. Herschel retired in 1997, having gained more yards than any player in professional football history, counting his seasons in the NFL and USFL. But while his on-field successes are well documented, what few knew is that Herschel lived with dissociative identity disorder. In 2008, he released his memoir, titled Breaking Free. In Breaking Free, he shares the inspiring story of his life and diagnosis with this disorder -- from the joys and hardships of childhood, to his explosive impact on college football, to his remarkable professional career. A mental health awareness advocate, Herschel shows how this disorder played an integral role in his accomplishments and how he has learned to live with it today. His compelling account testifies to the strength of the human spirit and its ability to overcome any challenge. Walker supports numerous charitable and educational organizations. In 1981, he became the first Academy of Achievement honor student to return to the annual program as a recipient of the Golden Plate Award. In 2002, he was voted into the Collegiate Football Hall of Fame, and was selected as the second greatest player in college football history, just behind the legendary Red Grange.

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Innovation SUMMIT

Featured WORKSHOPS

Tuesday Morning

Tuesday Afternoon

Wednesday Afternoon

A CSAC Dialogue on Water

The Affordable Care Act: Preparing for Change on the Eve of Health Care Reform

Once again, this year’s CSAC Innovation Summit is designed specifically to help county officials learn creative solutions other local governments are using to lower the cost of doing business, grow and sustain economic development and enhance citizen quality of life. This is a mustattend event for county elected and appointed officials looking for practical solutions to maintain or enhance services during this time of tremendous change. Come hear from your peers – County Supervisors, Administrative Officers and others – about the solutions they are using to do more with less. This half-day session will showcase some of the most creative county leaders in the state sharing their innovative solutions for surviving and thriving during times of tremendous change. The Innovation Summit will include panels on topics such as improving employee health while containing costs and reducing jail liability.

This workshop is for county officials who are interested in discussing California’s water quality and supply issues. Led by a neutral facilitator, county supervisors and other from around the state will have an opportunity to discuss the biggest water challenges facing their region. The goal of the meeting is to provide a venue where county officials can have a candid conversation about California’s water issues, build trusting relationships and discuss real solutions that supervisors can take back to their districts.

Leveraging Funding and Tools to Create Safe and Healthy Communities for Walking and Bicycling This workshop will examine successful county efforts to create safe and healthy neighborhoods for walking and bicycling. Communities that collaborate to encourage “active transportation produce multiple benefits for their residents The session will include an interactive discussion with county officials who have been leaders in active transportation and will introduce participants to a newly released online toolkit designed to inform local decision-makers about funding, technical and policy options available.

Wednesday Morning 2011 Realignment: Exploring Innovative County Approaches This session will explore elements of several counties’ approaches to managing the criminal justice responsibilities transferred to counties under 2011 public safety realignment. Drawing from just over two years of programmatic experience, counties will discuss population-specific approaches, successful strategies to ensure offenders are plugged into the appropriate type and level of services, and efforts to evaluate whether practices and interventions are producing desired outcomes.

Healthy Counties: Improving Wellness and the Bottom Line Counties are discovering the benefits of leveraging resources to create healthy communities. Wellness efforts may not only shrink waistlines, but also the bottom line. From ambitious, countywide 10year health goals to programs targeting high-risk populations, participants will explore the myriad ways in which community wellness programs can address expensive health-related conditions and boost productivity –even increase happiness. Healthy counties mean a healthy future.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) may be a federal statute, but California’s counties must contend with multiple direct impacts due to our roles as health care providers, eligibility and enrollment hubs, and employers. Join county experts in an interactive conversation to learn about the key components of the Act and how counties across the state are preparing for the changes ahead.

Travel and Tourism: An Important Part of a Healthy Economy The travel and tourism industry is vital to California counties’ economic health, providing nearly a million jobs for Californians and injecting $6.6 billion in tax revenue into local and state government. In this session “Visit California” President & CEO Caroline Beteta will share how the organization markets the Golden State around the world and discuss how your county can work with Visit California to grow business for local hotels, restaurants and destinations.

Thursday Morning Homelessness in California: What’s Working? The topic of homelessness has recently come to the forefront in state and national politics. While the state and federal government can guide and produce policy related to the problem, counties carry it out firsthand by providing transitional and permanent housing, partnering with nonprofits and faith-based organizations, creatively using state and federal funding and developing cross-system policies that interconnect the issue of homelessness with policies dedicated to mental health and public safety. Come learn and participate in a discussion about how several counties have developed effective strategies to reduce homelessness, as well as what can be done at the state and federal levels to aid counties in their efforts.

Social Media: Balancing Risk, Transparency and Innovation The use of social media outlets has exploded in recent years, allowing users to develop relationships, share information and network. For local government, this platform can provide a voice and forum to citizens and allow for public agencies to share important information about the community. But how can counties ensure that this type of communication doesn’t open them up to policy and legal issues? This workshop will highlight the importance of understanding how social media works, the legal questions associated with using it as a public agency (with regard to freedom of speech and public meeting and records laws) and how to create and maintain a social media policy in your county.

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CSAC Institute COURSES (Require Separate Registration)

Featured SPEAKER CSAC Wednesday General Session

Maria Hinojosa

Emmy Award-Winning Journalist For 25 years, Maria Hinojosa has helped tell America’s untold stories and brought to light unsung heroes in America and abroad. In April 2010, Hinojosa launched The Futuro Media Group with the mission to produce multi-platform, communitybased journalism that respects and celebrates the cultural richness of the American experience. She is currently reporting for Frontline on immigration detention. As the anchor and managing editor of her own long-running weekly NPR show, “Latino USA,” and anchor of the Emmy Award-winning talk show Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One on WGBH/La Plaza, Hinojosa has informed millions of Americans about the fastest growing group in our country. Previously a senior correspondent for NOW on PBS and currently a contributing correspondent for Need to Know, Hinojosa has reported on hundreds of important stories - from the immigrant work camps in NOLA after Katrina to teen girl victims of sexual harassment on the job to Emmy Award-winning stories of the poor in Alabama. Hinojosa has won top honors in American journalism including two Emmys and the John Chancellor Award for Excellence in Journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Throughout her career, she has helped define the conversation about our times and our society with one of the most authentic voices in broadcast. Her investigative journalism and presentations press for truth while giving voice to lives and stories that illuminate the world we live in.

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The CSAC Institute for Excellence in County Government was established in 2008 to provide professional continuing education opportunities for California County Supervisors, other elected officials and senior staff. The Institute offers an array of comprehensive courses on leadership, governance and county policy.

Monday Morning/Afternoon Leadership and Change: Practices to Move Organizations Elected officials and executives alike discuss the need for change in their organizations, yet struggle when change seems difficult to accomplish within the depths of the organization. This course helps participants move past technical solutions to the leadership necessary for approaching adoptive challenges. Discussion highlights why some changes happen relatively quickly while others are stymied. Participants explore change from the perspective of those who the change affects. A simulation allows participants to examine the change process. Practical discussions focus on design of a change process, practices to diagnose, interpret and select interventions, and creating an environment in which participants and their employees expand their capacity to address adaptive change.

Tuesday Morning Interpersonal Relations – Why Won’t They Change for Me?! The key to interpersonal effectiveness – and improving your interaction with others – is better understanding yourself. Effective elected officials and senior executives have discovered the more they understand their reactions to others, know how to capitalize on their personal strengths, are able to exude an air of confidence, and have the ability to adapt their behavior to meet the needs of others – the more effective they become in achieving results with others. Learn how in this lively and insightful class.

Institute COURSES

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Thursday Afternoon Public Engagement in the County Budget Process County Boards and executives must make difficult decisions in the budgeting process which affect county services and quality of life for the community. This course explores methods for community involvement in the budget process to help counties generate new ideas, make effective decisions and build public acceptance of decisions. Participants explore practical tips to maximize the effectiveness of public forums, budget hearings, town halls, and other forms of community engagement in budget decisions. Participants examine techniques that help the public take into account the hard choices and trade-offs in decisions, and how to demonstrate that public ideas and recommendations are taken seriously.

Friday Morning The Affordable Care Act, Realignment and California Counties Together, the intersection of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Realignment account as the most significant change to county services and funding since Proposition 13. The state/county fiscal relationship has shifted once again on the eve of the ACA implementation. Join county experts to learn more about the key fiscal and operational components of AB 85 and the potential impacts for all counties after January 1. Also examine the future of indigent care delivery, local public health programs and other elements of county implementation of ACA. It is anticipated that many of the implementation decisions will be made by this time, and this course will pull those together in a comprehensive manner for policy makers.

Featured SPEAKER CSAC Thursday General Session

Dr. David Berson Economist

Dr. David W. Berson leads a team of economic analysts at Nationwide Insurance to deliver economic forecasts and analyses that are used to inform and strengthen business strategies and operating plans. David is a noted economic expert, who holds a doctorate in economics and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan, and a bachelor’s degree in history and economics from Williams College. Prior to joining Nationwide, David served as the Chief Economist & Strategist and Head of Risk Analytics for The PMI Group, Inc., where he was responsible for analyses and forecasts of the economy, housing, and mortgage markets; domestic/global research and planning; and strategic planning. He also acted as a PMI spokesperson on global economic topics related to housing and mortgage market conditions and policies. David has also served as Vice President and Chief Economist for Fannie Mae, where he advised the company on national and regional economic, housing and mortgage policy and conditions, including forecasts and analyses of the economy, interest rates, and housing and mortgage finance markets. David has also been Chief Financial Economist at Wharton Econometrics, visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, assistant professor of economics at Claremont McKenna College and Claremont Graduate School. His government experience has included staff economist on the Council of Economic Advisors and economic analyst at the Treasury Department and the Office of Special Trade Representative. He is a past President of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE).

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Special EVENTS Tuesday & Wednesday

Thursday Morning

Thursday Night

Daily

CSAC Exhibit Hall Find out about innovative programs and services from nearly 100 Corporate members and other vendor representatives at our popular Exhibit Hall, open Tuesday afternoon for a reception and Wednesday for lunch.

CSAC Fun Run We can’t have healthy counties without healthy individuals. Enjoy a brisk morning run or walk with your county friends on a 5K course.

Annual Banquet/Installation of Officers Join us as we celebrate the installation of our 2014 CSAC officers and enjoy dinner, networking and the political comedy of Will Durst.

Clerks’ Quiz Think you know your state and counties? Test your knowledge with the popular and newly renovated Clerks’ California Quiz.

119th Annual Meeting PROGRAM Monday,

November 18, 2013

10:00 am – 3:30 pm

Tuesday,

CSAC Institute Leadership and Change: Practices to move organizations

November 19, 2013

8:30 am – 12:00 pm

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

CSAC Institute Interpersonal Relations – Why Won’t They Change for Me?!

8:30 am – 5:00 pm

California Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Association (CCBSA) California Quiz

8:30 am – 6:00 pm

CSAC Conference Registration Open

8:30 am – 6:00 pm

CSAC Internet Area Open

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

CSAC Innovation Summit

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Concurrent CSAC Policy Committee Meetings • Agriculture and Natural Resources

Wednesday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

CSAC Conference Registration Open

CEAC Concurrent Regional Meetings

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

CSAC Internet Area Open

• Northern California Regional Meeting

8:15 am – 9:30 am

CSAC General Session/Keynote Address

• Southern California Regional Meeting

8:30 am – 5:00 pm

California Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Association (CCBSA) California Quiz

9:00 am – 11:00 am

CEAC Guest Welcome Breakfast and Social

9:30 am – 11:00 am

CEAC Concurrent Policy Committees • Flood Control and Water Resources • Surveyor

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm County Counsels’ Association Meeting 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Welcome New Clerks Mandated Responsibilities Overview and Mentor Assignments

3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

CSAC Workshop A CSAC Dialogue on Water

3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Opening and Reception

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

CSAC Past Presidents’ Council Reception

7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

CEAC NACE President’s Dinner (Invitation only)

10:00 am – 11:30 am County Public Information Officers’ Meeting 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

CSAC Housing, Land Use and Transportation Policy Committee Meeting

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

CSAC Concurrent Workshops • 2011 Realignment: Exploring Innovative County Approaches

• Administration of Justice

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1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

CSAC Kick-Off General Session

2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

CSAC Health and Human Service Policy Committee Meeting

2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

CSAC Workshop Leveraging Funding and Tools to Create Safe and Healthy Communities for Walking And Bicycling

November 20, 2013

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Legislative Coordinators’ Meeting

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Coastal Counties Regional Association Meeting

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

CCBSA Workshop Public Records Act Training (Digital Records Maintenance and Access)

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

CSAC Workshop Travel and Tourism: An Important Part of a Healthy Economy

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

CSAC Workshop The Affordable Care Act: Preparing for Change on the Eve of Health Care Reform

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

CSAC Government Finance and Operations Policy Committee Meeting

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

CEAC Transportation Policy Committee Meeting

3:15 pm – 5:00 pm

CCBSA Workshop Ethics Workshop for Clerks of the Board

4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Urban Counties Caucus Board Meeting and Dinner

4:15 pm – 5:30 pm

CEAC Concurrent Policy Committee Meetings

• Healthy Counties: Improving Wellness and the Bottom Line 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

CCBSA Workshop Work/Life Balance via the 3 Principles

11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Exhibit Showing and Luncheon

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

CEAC Solid Waste Policy Committee Meeting

• Land Use • Oversight 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Rural Counties Caucus Meeting

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Suburban Counties Caucus Meeting

6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

CCBSA Welcome Dinner and New Clerks Introduction (Invitation only)

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Registration INFORMATION Advance Registration & Cancellation Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2013

119th Annual Meeting PROGRAM Thursday, November 21, 2013

Friday, November 22, 2013

7:00 am

CSAC Annual Fun Run

8:00 am – 9:30 am

CEAC Breakfast and Installation of Officers

8:00 am – 12:00 pm

CSAC Conference Registration Open

8:30 am – 10:00 am

CCBSA Executive Committee Meeting

8:00 am – 12:00 pm

CSAC Internet Area Open 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

8:15 am – 9:30 am

CSAC General Session

8:30 am – 11:30 am

California Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Association (CCBSA) California Quiz

8:30 am – 11:00 am

CEAC General Session and Breakfast

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

CAOAC Business Meeting

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

CSAC Concurrent Workshops • Homelessness in California: What’s Working • Social Media: Balancing Risk, Transparency and Innovation

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

CCBSA Workshop Parliamentary Procedures – Robert’s Rules of Order

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

CSAC Luncheon & Election of Officers

12:00 pm

CLODS Barbecue

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

CSAC Institute Course Public Engagement in the County Budget Process

CSAC Institute Course The Affordable Care Act, Realignment and California Counties

10:00 am – 12:00 pm CEAC Board of Directors Meeting 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

CCBSA Tour and Networking Christmas in the Park Set-Up (Weather Permitting)

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES (CSAC)

EVENT TICKETS

ADVANCE REGISTRATION FEE

Tickets must be purchased in advance if complimentary registrations, guests or spouses would like to attend the events listed below:

A full CSAC registration includes program materials, General Sessions, Policy Committee Meetings, Workshops, Exhibitor Opening & Reception, Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon, Thursday Luncheon, CSAC President’s Reception and Annual Banquet.

CSAC Member Full Registration CSAC Non-Member Full Registration

BEFORE BEFORE ON-SITE 9/27/2013 11/1/2013 $575.00 $625.00 $675.00 $675.00 $725.00 $775.00

One-Day Registration Fee: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday CSAC Past Presidents (Does not include meals)

$360.00 $385.00 $410.00 $385.00 $410.00 $435.00 $425.00 $450.00 $475.00 Complimentary

COUNTY ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA (CEAC) A full CEAC registration includes program materials, General Sessions, Workshops, Policy Committee Meetings, two full Breakfasts, Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon, CLODS BBQ, CSAC President’s Reception and Annual Banquet.

ADVANCE REGISTRATION FEE CEAC Member Full Registration CEAC Non-Member Full Registration Caltrans One-Day Registration Fee: Wednesday Thursday CEAC Retired CLODS/Life Members

BEFORE BEFORE ON-SITE 9/27/2013 11/1/2013 $600.00 $650.00 $700.00 $700.00 $750.00 $800.00 $600.00 $650.00 $700.00 $385.00 $410.00 $435.00 $425.00 $450.00 $475.00 Complimentary

(Includes Thursday Breakfast, CLODS BBQ and Friday Breakfast)

For questions regarding registration, please contact Lisa Currie at 916/327-7500 ext. 517 or lcurrie@counties.org.

CSAC INSTITUTE COURES

CSAC EVENTS

Tuesday Exhibitor Opening & Reception Wednesday Exhibitor Showing & Luncheo Thursday CSAC Luncheon Thursday CSAC President’s Reception & Annual Banquet

CEAC EVENTS

Tuesday Exhibitor Opening & Reception Wednesday Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon CLODS BBQ Thursday CSAC President’s Reception & Annual Banquet Friday CEAC Breakfast (CEAC members and guests only)

$ 85.00 $ 60.00 $ 60.00 $125.00

$ 85.00 $ 60.00 $ 50.00 $125.00 $ 55.00

REGISTRATION FEE

Conference registration fees MUST accompany your registration form. You may pay your registration fee via check, Visa, American Express or MasterCard. No purchase orders or Discover cards. All checks must be payable to CSAC. All registration fees must be paid in full prior to the beginning of the Annual Meeting. Balances paid after Friday, November 1, 2013, will be charged the on-site registration rate. If paying by credit card, you may register by faxing the appropriate information to 916/441-5507. If pre-registering, all fees must be paid in full in order to obtain your badge and event tickets at the meeting. If registering on site, complete payment must accompany your on-site registration.

ONE-DAY REGISTRATION

If you cannot attend the entire meeting, then the one-day registration is perfect for you. This is also a helpful and attractive option for staff. Oneday registrants will be admitted only on the day registered.

Leadership and Change: Practices to move organizations Monday, November 18 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

$129.00

Interpersonal Relations – Why Won’t They Change for Me?! Tuesday, November 19 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

$86.00

CCBSA Annual Business Meeting Strategic Planning Roundtable

Public Engagement in the County Budget Process Thursday, November 21 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

$86.00

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

CSAC Board of Directors Meeting

The Affordable Care Act, Realignment and California Counties Friday, November 22 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

$86.00

5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

CCBSA Installation of Officers and Reception

(CSAC Institute Courses registration are a separate fee and not included in the CSAC or CEAC registration)

Advance registrants unable to attend can send a substitute, or receive a refund of the registration fee, less a $75 processing charge, by writing CSAC, Attn: Lisa Currie, 1100 K Street, Suite 101, Sacramento, CA 95814; fax 916/441-5507. Requests for refunds must be received by Friday, November 1, 2013. Refund requests will not be accepted after Friday, November 1, 2013. You are welcome to send a substitute person.

6:30 pm – 7:15 pm

CSAC President’s Reception

CCBSA DINNER REGISTRATION

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS

1:45 pm – 4:30 pm

CCBSA Welcome Dinner

7:15 pm – 10:00 pm

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Additional event tickets may be purchased in advance. Tickets will only be sold on-site on Tuesday and Wednesday. CSAC will accept cash, checks made payable to CSAC, or charge cards from Visa, American Express or MasterCard. Tickets must be paid in full at the time of purchase.

CSAC Annual Banquet/ Installation of CSAC Officers

ONLINE REGISTRATION

$45.00

(CCBSA registration is a separate fee and not included in the CSAC or CEAC registration)

Register and pay conference fees online through the CSAC Website. Just go to: www.csac.counties.org and click on CSAC 119th Annual Meeting information.

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

If you require accommodations related to facility access, communication and/or diet, please contact Patti Hughes at 916/650-8132 or phughes@ counties.org.

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California State Association of Counties (CSAC) 119th Annual Meeting

Registration FORM HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS San Jose Marriott

301 South Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113-2831 408/280-1300 $159.00 plus 14% occupancy tax, tourism fee 0.01%, SJ TBID tax $2.00 (Inclusive of taxes: $183.28) If the CSAC rate has sold out before the cut-off date, the next available rate will apply. Make your reservations for the event online at https://resweb.passkey. com/go/csac2013sj or call 800/266-9432 and ask for the CSAC 119th Annual Meeting to receive group rates. Valet parking: $29.00 with in/out privileges. Please note the parking rates are subject to change without notification. Hotel Cut-Off Date Friday, October 25, 2013 Hotel Cancellation, Refund Policy and Early Departure Fee: The hotel accepts all major credit cards or checks for deposits to hold reservations. Any deposit to guarantee the reservation will not exceed the rate for one night and tax for the room reserved. When a deposit is made by credit card, the hotel will not bill the card immediately after the cut-off date. Hotel reservations must be cancelled by 6 pm on day of arrival or a no-show fee will apply.

Hilton San Jose 300 Almaden Blvd, San Jose CA 95113 408/287-2100 $159.00 plus 14% occupancy tax, tourism fee 0.01%, SJ TBID tax $2.00 (Inclusive of taxes: $183.28) If the CSAC rate has sold out before the cut-off date, the next available rate will apply. Make your reservations for the event online at http://www.hilton.com/ en/hi/groups/personalized/S/SJCSHHF-CSC-20131117/index.jhtml?WT. mc_id=POG or call 800/445-8667and ask for the CSAC 119th Annual Meeting to receive group rates. Valet parking: $30.00 with in/out privileges. Self-parking $22 per night Please note the parking rates are subject to change without notification.

Tuesday, November 19 – Friday, November 22, 2013 San Jose Marriott, Hilton San Jose and San Jose McEnery Convention Center

SPOUSES OR GUESTS:

The spouse or guest designation is restricted to a person who is not county-affiliated or a public official and others who would have no official reason to attend the meeting. CSAC encourages all spouses to attend meal functions. There is no registration fee for spouses who attend CSAC meetings. Tickets must be purchased in advance if spouses/guests are attending meal events. Please note that Thursday night banquet tickets must be purchased no later than Wednesday, November 20, 2013.

MEETING LOCATION INFORMATION

The CSAC 119th Annual Meeting will be held at the San Jose Marriott (301 South Market Street, San Jose) and the San Jose McEnery Convention Center (150 West San Carlos Street, San Jose.) For further information, please visit www.sanjose.com/marriott or www.sanjose.org.

Advance Registration & Cancellation Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2013

Please make a copy for each individual registration. Registrations received without payment will not be processed until payment is received. Please type or print clearly as the information with asterisks (*) will appear on your name badge. * Name

* Nickname

San Jose International Airport. For further information, please visit www. flysanjose.com.

*County/Company/Affiliation

REGISTRATION DESK

*Guest/Spouse

For visitor information to San Jose, please visit www.sanjose.org.

CSAC Member Full Registration Non-CSAC Member Tuesday Registration Wednesday Registration Thursday Registration CSAC Past Presidents

$575.00 $625.00 $675.00 $725.00 $360.00 $385.00 $385.00 $410.00 $425.00 $450.00 Complimentary

$675.00 $775.00 $410.00 $435.00 $475.00

$_____ $_____ $_____ $_____ $_____

(Doesn’t include meal functions)

* Title

SAN JOSE VISITORS INFORMATION

Before Before 9/27/2013 11/1/2013 On-Site

A full CSAC registration includes program materials, General Sessions, Policy Committee Meetings, Workshops, Exhibitor Opening & Reception, Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon, Thursday Luncheon, CSAC President’s Reception and Annual Banquet.

AIRPORT INFORMATION

CSAC will open registration on Tuesday, November 19, 2013. Our registration desk is located at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in the Concourse 1. You will b e able to pick up your registration packets containing your badge and program material during CSAC’s registration hours. The conference kick-off session will begin at 1:00 pm, Tuesday, November 19, although meetings and events will be held that morning. Registration hours are: 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 19; 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 20; and 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Thursday, November 21.

REGISTRATION

CCBSA RECEPTION & DINNER

Price Per Person

Reception & Dinner (Off-Site)

$45.00

$_____

(CCBSA registration is a separate fee and is not included in the CSAC registration price.)

Address City

State ZIP

Telephone

Fax Number

E-Mail Address In case of an emergency, please contact (list someone who can be reached after normal work hours):

CSAC TICKETED EVENTS

Price Per

Tuesday Exhibitor Opening & Reception Wednesday Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon Thursday Luncheon & General Assembly Thursday CSAC President’s Reception & Annual Banquet

$_____ $_____ $_____ $_____

$85.00 $60.00 $60.00 $125.00

Note: Tickets must be purchased for guests, spouses and complimentary registrations to gain admission to any of the above events.

Note: Make all checks payable to: CSAC. Send to: CSAC, ATTN: Lisa Currie/ CSAC Registration, 1100 K Street, Ste. 101, Sacramento, CA 95814. ONLY credit card registrations may be faxed to 916/441-5507.

Name

Refund Policy: Requests for refunds must be received by Friday, November 1, 2013. After November 1, 2013, refund requests will not be accepted. Advance registrants unable to attend may send a substitute.

Daytime Phone Evening Phone If you require special accommodations related to facility access, communication and/or diet, please list below:

Register and pay conference fees online through the CSAC Web site. Just go to: www.csac.counties.org and click on the CSAC 119th Annual Meeting information.

Hotel Cut-Off Date Sunday, October 27, 2013 Hotel Cancellation, Refund Policy and Early Departure Fee: The hotel accepts all major credit cards or checks for deposits to hold reservations. Any deposit to guarantee the reservation will not exceed the rate for one night and tax for the room reserved. When a deposit is made by credit card, the hotel will not bill the card immediately after the cut-off date. Guest may cancel without any penalty if they cancel 72 hours prior to arrival date. Cancellation fee is one night room charge. Early departure fee is $25. To avoid early departure fee, guest has to advise Hotel at check in or before check in.

IS THIS YOUR FIRST TIME ATTENDING A CSAC CONFERENCE? _______

PAYMENT OPTIONS Form of Payment: o Visa o MasterCard o Amex

o Check

Name of Card Holder Billing Address and Zip Code of Credit Card Credit Card’s 3-Digit Security Code (located on back of card) Credit Card Number:

Exp. Date:

CSAC Tax ID 94:60000551

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County Enginneers Association Of California

CSAC Institute For Excellence In County Government

Wednesday, November 20 – Friday, November 22, 2013 San Jose Marriott, Hilton San Jose and San Jose McEnery Convention Center

Monday, November 18 – Friday, November 22, 2013 San Jose Marriott, Hilton San Jose and San Jose McEnery Convention Center

(CEAC) Registration FORM

Advance Registration & Cancellation Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2013

REGISTRATION

Please make a copy for each individual registration. Registrations received without payment will not be processed until payment is received. Please type or print clearly as the information with asterisks (*) will appear on your name badge. * Name

* Nickname

(CSAC INSTITUTE) Registration FORM

CSAC Member Full Registration

$600.00

$650.00

$700.00 $_____

Non-CEAC Member

$700.00

$750.00

$800.00

Caltrans

$600.00 $650.00 $700.00 $_____

Wednesday Registration

$385.00

$410.00

$435.00

$_____

Thursday Registration

$425.00

$450.00

$475.00

$_____

CEAC Retired CLODS/Life Members

* Title

Advance Registration & Cancellation Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2013

Before Before 9/27/2013 11/1/2013 On-Site

$_____

Complimentary

*County/Company/Affiliation

Note: A full CEAC registration includes program materials, General Sessions, two full Breakfasts, Workshops, Policy Committee Meetings, Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon, CLODS BBQ, CSAC President’s Reception and Annual Banquet.

*Guest/Spouse

CEAC TICKETED EVENTS

Price Per Person

Tuesday Exhibitor Opening & Reception

$85.00

$_____

Wednesday Exhibitor Showing & Luncheon

$60.00

$_____

CLODS BBQ

$50.00

$_____

Thursday CSAC President’s Reception & Annual Banquet

$125.00

$_____

CEAC Friday Breakfast (CEAC Members/Guests)

$55.00

$_____

City

State ZIP

Telephone

Fax Number

In case of an emergency, please contact (list someone who can be reached after normal work hours): Name

Evening Phone If you require special accommodations related to facility access, communication and/or diet, please list below:

PAYMENT OPTIONS Form of Payment: o Visa o MasterCard o Amex

o Check

$______

140 Interpersonal Relations – Why Won’t They Change for Me?! Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 8:30 am – 12 Noon $86.00

$______

386 Public Engagement in the County Budget Process Thursday, November 21, 2013, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

* Nickname

$86.00 $______

330 The Affordable Care Act, Realignment and California Counties Friday, November 22, 2013, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm $86.00

City Telephone

$______

TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $______

*County/Company/Affiliation

Note: Make all checks payable to: CSAC. Send to: CSAC, ATTN: Lisa Currie/ CSAC Registration, 1100 K Street, Ste. 101, Sacramento, CA 95814. ONLY credit card registrations may be faxed to 916/441-5507.

State ZIP

Refund Policy: Requests for refunds must be received by Friday, November 1, 2013. After November 1, 2013, refund requests will not be accepted. Advance registrants unable to attend may send a substitute.

Fax Number

E-Mail Address In case of an emergency, please contact (list someone who can be reached after normal work hours):

Register and pay conference fees online through the CSAC Web site. Just go to: www.csac.counties.org and click on the CSAC 119th Annual Meeting information.

Daytime Phone Evening Phone If you require special accommodations related to facility access, communication and/or diet, please list below:

Register and pay conference fees online through the CSAC Website. Just go to: www.csac.counties.org and click on the CSAC 119th Annual Meeting information.

PAYMENT OPTIONS Form of Payment: o Visa o MasterCard o Amex IS THIS YOUR FIRST TIME ATTENDING A CSAC CONFERENCE? _______

124 Leadership and Change: Practices to move organizations Monday, November 18, 2013, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm $129.00

Name Note: Make all checks payable to: CSAC. Send to: CSAC, ATTN: Lisa Currie/ CSAC Registration, 1100 K Street, Ste. 101, Sacramento, CA 95814. ONLY credit card registrations may be faxed to 916/441-5507. Refund Policy: Requests for refunds must be received by Friday, November 1, 2013. After November 1, 2013, refund requests will not be accepted. Advance registrants unable to attend may send a substitute.

Daytime Phone

* Name

Address

Note: Tickets must be purchased for guests, spouses and complimentary registrations to gain admission to any of the above events.

E-Mail Address

Please make a copy for each individual registration. Registrations received without payment will not be processed until payment is received. Please type or print clearly as the information with asterisks (*) will appear on your name badge.

* Title

(Includes Thursday breakfast, CLODS BBQ and Friday Breakfast)

Address

CSAC INSTITUTE COURSES

o Check

Name of Card Holder Billing Address and Zip Code of Credit Card

Name of Card Holder

Credit Card’s 3-Digit Security Code (located on back of card)

Billing Address and Zip Code of Credit Card

Credit Card Number:

Exp. Date:

CSAC Tax ID 94:60000551 Credit Card’s 3-Digit Security Code (located on back of card) Credit Card Number:

Exp. Date:

CSAC Tax ID 94:60000551

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PRE-SORTED FIRST CLASS MAIL U.S. POSTAGE PAID SACRAMENTO, CA PERMIT NO. 1297

SAVE THE DATES! Please Join Us Next Year for: CSAC Legislative Conference May 14-15, 2014 Sacramento County CSAC 120th Annual Meeting November 18-21, 2014 Orange County

REGISTER ONLINE Register and pay conference fees online through the CSAC Web site. Just go to www.csac.counties.org.


Reg brochure complete and final