I discovered four cool mobile apps developed by county governments across the United States while attending the National Association of Counties (NACo) 2014 Annual Conference. My discoveries came during the App Smackdown contest
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Est: $400,000. Scope: Two sections of new bike path along the trail (old railroad) totaling 5,000 LF of 8' paved path plus shoulders, drainage, striping, signage, landscape features, and appurtenances.
The local initiative has become a curious metaphor for the growth and development battles consuming El Dorado County. Ever since the city announced plans two years ago to build a downtown traffic circle that was to wrap around a 1926 monument erected by the Druids of California, many people suspected ulterior motives.
“I want to represent you on our county Board of Supervisors,” said Nutting, “because we all deserve a clean county government where elected officials and department heads are made accountable to you for their actions or inactions.” “I haven’t met one person who thinks our government is clean from a local, state or national level...”
“As a group we went to Sacramento and set up tables on the sidewalk and distributed the lunches, water, toiletries, sneakers and socks. It was a great experience to have the opportunity to partner with Hands4Hope and give back to the community and help over 150 people! It was a great day for our team and we feel like we made a difference”