Clinton Co. commissioners at White House


Ohio’s county commissioners were invited to the White House in Washington, D.C. this week as the Donald J. Trump Administration continues efforts “to develop and promote relationships between the Administration and the influential leaders of local communities. The County Commissioners will participate in localized policy discussions with members of White House staff, as well as hear individualized presentations from various federal agencies with the intention to improve and build stronger relationships with local governments,” according to the White House. Among the speakers was Vice President Mike Pence. All three Clinton County commissioners attended — Brenda Woods, Pat Haley and Kerry Steed.

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Ohio’s county commissioners were invited to the White House in Washington, D.C. this week as the Donald J. Trump Administration continues efforts “to develop and promote relationships between the Administration and the influential leaders of local communities. The County Commissioners will participate in localized policy discussions with members of White House staff, as well as hear individualized presentations from various federal agencies with the intention to improve and build stronger relationships with local governments,” according to the White House. Among the speakers was Vice President Mike Pence. All three Clinton County commissioners attended — Brenda Woods, Pat Haley and Kerry Steed.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_commish-at-White-House.jpegOhio’s county commissioners were invited to the White House in Washington, D.C. this week as the Donald J. Trump Administration continues efforts “to develop and promote relationships between the Administration and the influential leaders of local communities. The County Commissioners will participate in localized policy discussions with members of White House staff, as well as hear individualized presentations from various federal agencies with the intention to improve and build stronger relationships with local governments,” according to the White House. Among the speakers was Vice President Mike Pence. All three Clinton County commissioners attended — Brenda Woods, Pat Haley and Kerry Steed. Courtesy photo