O'Neill and Frazier are among PTI's member representatives on the reconfigured six-member Board that includes League of California Cities Executive Director Chris McKenzie representing NLC, North Carolina Association of County Commissioners Executive Director Ronald Aycock representing NACo, Rich Kerbel, town manager of North Kingstown, R.
What does NCACC stand for?
NCACC stands for North Carolina Association of County Commissioners
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- North Carolina Arts Council
- North Coast Athletic Conference
- National Capital Area Council Consultants Network
- National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs (US Commission of Fine Arts)
- North Carolina Agricultural Consultants Association
- North Carolina Association of County Agricultural Agents
- National Collection of Animal Cell Cultures (UK)
- National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks
- National Conventional Arms Control Committee (South Africa)
- North Carolina Aerospace Capability Center
- North Central Austin Community of Churches (Texas)
- Northampton County Area Community College (Florida)
- Northeast Calgary Application Consultation Committee (Canada)
- Northern California Association of Counsel for Children
- Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council (South Africa)
- North Carolina Association of Community College Instructional Administrators
- North Carolina Association of Community College Trustees (Cary, NC)
- North Carolina Association of County Directors of Social Services (Raleigh, NC)
- National Centre for Advanced Cell Engineering (Australia)
- National Coach and Athlete Career and Education (Australia)
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In order to prove the concept for North Carolina county governments, The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC), an organization of all 100 North Carolina county governments, has entered into a unique agreement with Intelligent Information Systems (IIS), a technology services company, and Wake County.
The joint meeting includes presentations from an economist of one of the state's banks and from representatives of the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners and League of Municipalities on the legislative outlook in the upcoming general assembly sessions.