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Gill honored by county association
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ATLANTA — Former Bryan County Chairman Carlton Gill recently was recognized by ACCG, Georgia’s county association, at the group’s 2014 conference and centennial celebration in Savannah/Chatham County.
Gill was recognized for his contributions and achievements during his tenure as ACCG president from 1982-83. He was among 26 ACCG past presidents in attendance.
Under Gill’s leadership, ACCG established the Workers Compensation Fund for counties on July 1, 1982.
Gill’s tutelage led more than 60 Georgia county officials to the 47th National Association of Counties annual conference in Baltimore, Md., in which he was selected to serve on the NACo board of directors for one term.
“Any anniversary celebration, especially one as monumental as a centennial, would not be complete without honoring an organization’s leadership legacy,” ACCG Executive Director Ross King said.
“ACCG is fortunate to have served the state and its county governments for 100 years. Most importantly, we are fortunate to have had the diverse association leadership that has allowed our organization to maintain its momentum and progression over the past century.”   
ACCG works on behalf of county officials and their communities by providing public policy and legislative advocacy, leadership development, civic and community engagement initiatives, insurance and retirement programs that specialize in local government needs and other cost-saving programs.
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