Clint Hickman to Serve as President of County Supervisors Association

Clint Hickman to Serve as President of County Supervisors Association

Supervisor Clint Hickman, Maricopa County(Prescott)—Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman was unanimously elected by his colleagues as incoming president of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) at the October 10, 2014, meeting of the CSA Board of Directors.

“This is a remarkable honor,” Supervisor Hickman said. “I am grateful for the opportunity to represent my fellow supervisors in this vital statewide organization and I look forward to working on behalf of counties throughout the state as the legislature begins its new session in January.”

Current CSA President Jim Palmer stated, “Supervisor Hickman is a dedicated public servant and outstanding member of the community. His commitment to efficient local government makes him an exceptional representative of Arizona counties. Supervisor Hickman’s selection as president-elect reflects the trust and confidence that his fellow supervisors place in him.”

As president-elect, Supervisor Hickman will serve on CSA’s 2014-2015 Executive Committee, helping to develop plans and implement strategies for strengthening Arizona counties in state and federal policymaking. He will serve alongside outgoing CSA President and Graham County Supervisor Jim Palmer, First Vice President and Coconino County Supervisor Mandy Metzger, Second Vice President and Gila County Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin, Third Vice President and Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith, and Immediate Past President and Yuma County Supervisor Lenore Stuart.

The official transition and passing of the gavel from Supervisor Jim Palmer to Supervisor Hickman will take place on November 20th at the CSA headquarters in Phoenix.

CSA is a non-partisan, research and advocacy organization representing the 61 county supervisors leading Arizona’s 15 counties. For more than 30 years, CSA has served as a forum for county leaders to address important issues facing local constituents and develop a proactive state and federal policy agenda.


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