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Supervisor Russell McCloud Honored for Successful Term as President of County Supervisors Association

Post Date:11/22/2019 4:15 PM

McCloud & Molera - Gavel Plaque
Outgoing CSA President & Yuma County Supervisor Russell McCloud
receives the gavel award from incoming President and Santa Cruz County
Supervisor Rudy Molera


(Phoenix) — Yuma County Supervisor Russell McCloud completed a successful year of service as he ended his term as resident of the
County Supervisors Association (CSA) at the organization’s Board of Directors meeting in Phoenix on November 14, 2019.

“I have been deeply honored to serve as president of this outstanding organization over the past year,” Supervisor McCloud said. “It has been a wonderful experience and such a privilege for me to work on behalf of all fifteen counties, helping to forge stronger relationships with state and federal lawmakers as we seek to make government more efficient and more responsive to the communities we serve.”

Incoming CSA President and Santa Cruz County Supervisor Rudy Molera praised Supervisor McCloud for his leadership and commitment to strengthening the organization. He said, “When you join this organization certain people take you under their wing. Russell is one of those individuals. He encouraged all of us to participate in CSA’s advocacy and to stay in contact with our legislators, since it is such an integral part of achieving our legislative goals and strengthening state and county partnerships. I know I speak for all of us when I say how incredibly grateful we all are to have had Russell leading the organization over the past year.”

During his term CSA President, Supervisor McCloud worked to build a strong collaboration among county officials and state lawmakers to address important issues impacting county operations and constituent services. This advocacy work contributed to very positive results in the 2020 legislative session, including Governor Ducey and the legislature approving $14.3 million in relief to county governments in FY 2020.
CSA Executive Director, Craig Sullivan shared, “Supervisor McCloud is an outstanding public servant, and I am deeply grateful for his leadership. He really worked tirelessly over the past year to serve his colleagues, and he made CSA a stronger, more effective organization.

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

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