Beyer Appointed NACo Transportation Steering Committee Vice-Chair

The National Association of County Engineers has long been one of the National Association of Counties largest and strongest affiliates.  With an increased role, which has included numerous policy resolutions NACE members have sponsored, NACE’s contributions to NACo’s policy process has been crucial to the nation’s 3,069 counties.

At NACo’s Annual Conference, held earlier this month in Davidson County (Nashville), Tennessee, NACE’s stature within NACo’s committee structure got that much stronger.  Richie Beyer, Elmore County, Alabama County Engineer and Operations Manager, was appointed a full transportation committee vice-chair.  This marks the first time in recent memory that a NACE member has served in this pivotal role in guiding county government transportation policy.

"NACE's contributions to NACo's transportation policy cannot be understated” stated NACo Transportation Steering Committee Chairman and Carver County, Minnesota Commissioner Randy Maluchnik.  “The expertise its members possess is invaluable as we debate sound policy that provides for safer roads and bridges for the nation's counties.  The addition of Mr. Beyer to our full committee leadership will only strengthen that policy, and I look forward to working with him in the coming year."

Beyer previously served as a Vice-chair for NACo’s Highway & Highway Safety Subcommittee as well as representing both NACE and NACo in testifying on Capitol Hill on regulatory issues pertaining to infrastructure development.

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