ACCO SAFETY CONFERENCES
Apr. 23rd & 24th: ACCO Building
Oct. 1st & 2nd: ACCO Building
Dec. 3rd & 4th: ACCO Building
Our hearts go out to the family, friends, & co-workers of Labor Commissioner Mark Costello. Mark was a faithful & dedicated man to the safety & well being of Oklahomans. He was also a true friend to County Government. Mark attended all of our Summer Conferences, since being elected, and helped us give out Safety Awards to our County Elected Officials & Employees. He also helped us judge our yearly cooking contests! Below are a few photos from the last time we had the pleasure of his company.
He was loved and will be missed by our organization and all whom we serve.
Counties are an essential part of the nation's transportation system. They are responsible for building and maintaining 45% of the public roads, 230,690 bridges and are involved in a third of the nation's transit and airport systems that connect residents, businesses and communities. The impending expiration of the federal surface transportation funding law, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), presents an opportunity for counties to discuss their role in the national transportation network.
An analysis of county transportation (roads and bridges only) funding sources, challenges and solutions across the 48 states with county governments shows that: