The National Association of Counties (NACo) announced this year's Achievement Award winners. This award is a noncompetitive program that recognizes counties for creative and innovative program development and implementation, efficient administrative management of county agencies and responsible government to local citizens.
The program is in its 37th year. This year's winners represent 27 states and 95 counties. Awards are given in more than 20 categories, ranging from arts and historic preservation to volunteerism. The Coastal Monitoring Network was awarded an Achievement Award in the Information Technology Category.
Subsequently, Representative Jane Harman of California's 36th Congressional District District presented the Chief with this Congressional Commendation.
October 29, 2003 - Coastal Monitoring Network Wins County of Los Angeles Productivity and Quality Golden Eagle Award
The Coastal Monitoring Network took home top honors at the annual County of Los Angeles Productivity and Quality Awards Luncheon in addition to winning a Commission Top Ten Award and the Commission Performance Measurement Award! Click here for more information.
Here the project team poses with Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke at the November 18, 2003 Board of Supervisors Meeting.