AIC Conference Newscast

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AIC Update - Post Session Wrap Up 2011

17:21 minutes (23.83 MB)

In this edition AIC Legislative staff discuss the outcomes of the 2011 session of the Indiana General Assembly. You will have the opportunity to ask questions about how these bills affect your offices at AIC District meetings this month. See below for your district meeting date.

AIC Update - September 20, 2010

7:55 minutes (10.88 MB)

WIFE Radio (Connersville) Interview about Public Forum on Declining Revenues

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7:41 minutes (2.2 MB)

The AIC is holding a series of public forums to educate the public and officials about declining revenues.

Upcoming Forums

Click on the county name to open a flyer that you can download and save to your desktop for printing or emailing. We encourage you to pass this information along to your county department heads, members of other local units of government such as mayors and town managers, library officials, township trustees, school administrators, economic development directors, etc. We also encourage you to invite members of the public.

AIC Update - April 23, 2010

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6:21 minutes (4.37 MB)

In this edition we discuss the creation of HALO, AIC's new political action committee, next week's DIPLOMA Jail Seminar, Annual Conference workshop topics and we also announce our new AIC district officers who will assume their duties on May 1. Guests: Shawna Schwegman, AIC Director of Planning; Sarah Rossier, AIC Deputy Legislative Director; and Cisma Ferguson, AIC Director of Financial Affairs.

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Clerks' Liability Bills Pass Through Committee Hearings

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SB 29 (County Clerk liability) was heard in Senate Committee on Corrections, Criminal, and Civil Matters on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. Authored by Sen. Connie Lawson (R-Danville), the bill passed unanimously 10-0. SB 29 provides that a circuit court clerk is not personally liable for acts or omissions in the performance of the clerk's duties absent gross negligence or intentional disregard of the responsibilities of the office of clerk. SB 29 will proceed to 2nd Reading in the Senate.

AIC Update - January 5, 2010

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12:41 minutes (11.61 MB)

The Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) has produced a joint podcast with other associations that have concerns about property tax caps being placed in the constitution. The Indiana General Assembly may vote on the amendment this week. Guests in this edition of AIC Update are: David Bottorff, Association of Indiana Counties Executive Director; Matt Greller, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns Executive Director; and Katrina Hall, Indiana Farm Bureau Tax and Local Government Specialist.

To read more about amendments being offered in both chambers click here.

AIC Update - December 10, 2009

11:41 minutes (10.7 MB)

In this edition we discuss the unintended consequences of HB 1004. A hearing was held on the bill yesterday (December 9) with an Indiana House of Representatives' committee. Guests: David Bottorff, AIC Executive Director; Indiana County Assessors' Association President Judy Sharp, Monroe County Assessor; and Indiana County Assessors' Association Vice President Stacy O'Day, Allen County Assessor, attended the hearing and discuss their thoughts on the bill in its current form.

AIC Update - November 6, 2009

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In this edition we discuss the referenda that were held across the state this week (November 3, 2009) and their impact on counties and citizens. Guests: David Bottorff, AIC Executive Director; Andrew Berger, AIC Legislative Director; Sarah Rossier, AIC Deputy Legislative Director and special guest: Marion County Clerk Beth White. 

To play audio click on the play button above. If you would like to read more information, click here to view this week's AIC eNewsletter.

AIC Update - First Edition - November 3, 2009

11:04 minutes (12.67 MB)

Welcome to the first edition of AIC Update!

In this edition AIC Legislative staff discuss issues of potential significance during the 2010 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Involved in the discussion: David Bottorff, Executive Director; Andrew Berger, Legislative Director; Sarah Rossier, Deputy Legislative Director; and Shawna Schwegman, Director of Planning and Professional Development.

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