County Manager Mark McCauley has submitted his 2016 annual report to the Board of County Councilors. The report is required under Article 3, Section 3.2, of the Clark County charter, which went into effect January 1, 2015.
In the report, McCauley discusses how Clark and Skamania counties became the state’s only Early Adopter region and the first to merge mental health and substance abuse treatment with primary care in Washington’s Medicaid system.
He talks about a new online permitting system that will offer convenience, flexibility, security and accuracy for the development sector and community at large.
McCauley outlines ongoing efforts to ensure the community has a motivated, engaged and high-performing workforce that will provide enhanced customer service in the future.
The report’s introduction focuses on the community McCauley and all county employees “have the privilege to serve,” as well as selected staff accomplishments and honors in 2016.
Thank you for your interest in the annual report.