White to serve district on ACCA board
Published 9:15 am Thursday, September 1, 2022
Covington County Commissions Chairman Greg White is among those selected to serve as a member of the Association of County Commissions of Alabama.
The ACCA 2022-2023 Officers and Board of Directors were confirmed at the Association’s 94th Annual Convention held from Tuesday, August 23 through Thursday, August 25.
White will serve as the representative for Covington County.
The ACCA is the statewide association representing Alabama’s 67 county governments. The Association’s 2022-2023 Officers are President and Autauga County Commission Chair Jay Thompson, President-Elect and Jefferson County Commissioner Joe Knight, Vice President and Calhoun County Commissioner Lee Patterson, Immediate Past President and Sumter County Commission Chair Marcus Campbell, and Minority Director and Houston County Commissioner Curtis Harvey.
The ACCA Board of Directors is composed of three executive officers, the ACCA’s past presidents still serving in county government and a representative from each of the Association’s 12 established districts. The Association’s 12 district representatives for the next year are Lauderdale County Commissioner Joe Hackworth, Madison County Commissioner Steve Haraway, Cherokee County Probate Judge and Commission Chair Tim Burgess, Limestone County Commission Chair Collin Daly, Jefferson County Commissioner Sheila Tyson, Hale County Commissioner Donald Anderson, Blount County Commissioner Allen Armstrong, Chambers County Commissioner Samuel Bradford, Elmore County Commissioner Bart Mercer, Conecuh County Commissioner Leonard Millender, Covington County Commission Chair Greg White, and Mobile County Commissioner Connie Hudson.
ACCA Executive Director Sonny Brasfield expressed his confidence and enthusiasm toward the new leadership, stating: “We’re excited about the leadership skills, energy and commitment our new officers and Board members will bring to our Association and our members. Each member of our leadership team has earned the respect and trust of county officials and employees across the state and proven himself or herself to be more than aptly prepared for the significant responsibility of serving county government across Alabama. I’m very optimistic about what we can accomplish this year under the new leadership.”
The ACCA is a statewide organization speaking for all 67 counties, promoting improved county government in Alabama, offers educational programs for county officials and staff, administers insurance programs for county governments and employees, offers legal advice, and represents the interests of county government.