2014 CCAC Annual Conference


We look forward to seeing you in Pasadena!  (Conference registration is now CLOSED).

 

Thank you for your donations to the CCAC fundraisers!  If you are bringing a Silent Auction or Wine-Pull item, don't forget to complete and email a form (below) to your respective Division Trustee and also print a form to attach with each item submitted. You may submit your items at registration.

     Silent Auction Donation Form        Wine-Pull Donation Form

 

RECOMMENDED CONFERENCE ATTIRE:

 

    Business Attire for Academy and General Sessions 

    CCAC Attire for All Conference Event (The Ice House)

    Cocktail Attire for Annual Banquet (Thursday) 

    Business Casual for Friday General Session  

 

CONFERENCE INFORMATION:

 

Hotel InfoHilton Pasadena

                  168 S. Robles Avenue

                  Pasadena, CA  91101

                  PH: 1-626-577-1000

 

Registration Opens at 7am, Wednesday, April 23, 2014

     A full conference program will be distributed at registration.

 

Pre-Conference Master Municipal Clerk Academy

     Date/Time: Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 8am-5pm

     Location:     Hilton Pasadena, Pacific Ballroom

 

Pre-Conference Athenian Dialogue

     Date/Time:  Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 9am-4pm

     Location:     Hilton Pasadena, San Marino

 

Pat Hammers Scholarship Walk

     Date/Time:  Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 6am-7am

     Meet in Hilton Pasadena Lobby at 5:45am

 

CCAC General Sessions

     Begin Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 8am

     Location:   Hilton Pasadena, International Ballroom

 

All Conference Event - Event pre-sold/tickets are required

     Date:         Wednesday, April 23, 2014

     Time:         Announcement will be made at conference

     Location:    The Ice House, transportation will be provided  

    

Click here for CCAC Conference Schedule (Official Program will be distributed at registration).                                          

 

Please note, at the preference of the presenters, the majority of session materials will be provided at the conference during the respective session(s). 

 

Below are the presenter materials that were provided in advance (no further materials will be posted prior to the conference as of April 16, 2014):

 

Parliamentary Procedures - Rosenberg's Rules of Order

 

Consolidated Elections - The Nomination Process From Beginning to End

 

Project Management - Using Records Management As A Case Study

Nuts & Bolts Workshops (Central/Southern)

CCAC Central Division

Nuts & Bolts Workshop

July 24-25, 2014

Holiday Inn Express

$175 per participant for CCAC members

$200 per participant for non-members

Registration deadline is July 1, 2014

For Info: Contact Joann Tilton, MMC

at: jtilton(at)ci.manteca.ca.us

Flyer   Registration Form

 

CCAC Southern Division

Nuts & Bolts Workshop

October 16-17, 2014

Brea Community Center/Brea Embassy Suites

$175 per participant for CCAC members

$200 per participant for non-members

Registration deadline is October 6, 2014

For Info: Contact Jeffrie Madland, MMC

at: jmadland(at)cityofcamarillo.org

Flyer     Registration Form

CCAC Offers Alternative Scholarship Program

Noteworthy News…

 

Start off 2014 by saving some $$ where you benefit from CCAC’s offer to apply for additional scholarships available for members to attend a CCAC Nuts & Bolts session, MMC (one day) Academy session, participate in an IIMC Online Learning Institute Course, or attend the New Law and Elections Seminar.

 

Don’t wait or it may be too late…the deadline ends on May 1, 2014, where 16 each of $300 scholarships will be awarded not later than June 1, 2014, to be used during the following period (July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015.) 

 

Here’s what you do, complete the application (see below) and forward it for processing to Dawn G. Abrahamson, CCAC Professional Development Director, c/o City of Vallejo City Clerk’s Office, 555 Santa Clara Street, 3rd Floor, Vallejo, CA  94590 or email to: dabrahamson(at)ci.vallejo.ca.us

 

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Elaina Cano, Chair of the Alternative Scholarship Program at ecano(at)pismobeach.org

 

Application

Save the Date - MMCA Series - August 20-22, 2014



For More Information: www.cepoweb.com

 

Region IX Newsletter

Please see the latest newsletter from Joann, Alice, and Colleen with all the latest from IIMC! Give us a call anytime...we love hearing from you!

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Committee Members Needed

Have you ever thought about getting more involved in the City Clerk's Association of California (CCAC) by serving on a committee at the State or Division level, but were unsure of where to start?  The CCAC Board has created an interest card especially for you.

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CCAC Members Are Spooktacular!

This past Halloween, a challenge was extended to the membership to share photos of their costumes at work. Many of you donned apparel and forwarded photos to prove it! Thank you for your PARTICIPATION! The creativity and TEAM SPIRIT were fabulous! Unfortunately, we were not able to post to the Official Word (the size of the images were too large), but below you will find a few photo collages of what was submitted. Hope you enjoy them as much as we did! 'Til next year...

 

CCAC Halloween - Part I

CCAC Halloween - Part II

CCAC Halloween - Part III

Working with your City Clerk

The City Clerk is the local official who administers democratic processes such as elections, access to city records, and all legislative actions ensuring transparency to the public.  The City Clerk acts as a compliance officer for federal, state, and local statutes including the Political Reform Act, the Brown Act, and the Public Records Act. The City Clerk manages public inquiries and relationships and arranges for ceremonial and official functions

 

Handout

 

City Clerks Handbook Order Form

The 2012 City Clerk’s Handbook is available for purchase on CD.  Get your copy today!

 

  Order Form

 

City Clerk Elevator Speech

During Goal Setting, the CCAC Board created a committee tasked with promoting the City Clerk profession.  One of their ideas was to create an elevator speech / business card to be used by all of us as a tool for defining our role when asked “What is a City Clerk?”

 

"The City Clerk is the local official who administers democratic processes such as elections, access to city records, and all legislative actions ensuring transparency to the public.  The City Clerk acts as a compliance officer for federal, state, and local statutes including the Political Reform Act, the Brown Act, and the Public Records Act.  The City Clerk manages public inquiries and relationships and arranges for ceremonial and official functions."   

 

The elevator speech / business card was unveiled at the Annual Conference in Ventura.  Those who attended were able to pick up preprinted cards.  For those of you who did not attend, or who would like to modify the card, it is available below for your use.  Feel free to customize the card in a way that best represents you and help us in promoting our profession.

 

Side 1

Side 2

Have an Idea? Submit a Legislative Proposal

If you notice a statute or code that needs to be clarified or changed, consider submitting a Legislative Proposal.

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