County Commissioners Association of Missouri
The County Commissioners Association of Missouri contracts with the Missouri Association of Counties to manage operations and perform administrative services for all workings of the association.
The County Commissioners Association of Missouri or CCAM, was established in 1983 to create a close and cooperative relationship among the commissioners of the state of Missouri, to provide an opportunity for its members to become better-informed about the powers and duties of their offices as described by state statutes, and to investigate legislation relating to the office and responsibilities of the county commissioner.
Meet the 2016 CCAM President
Webster County Presiding Commissioner Paul Ipock was first elected in 1998. Commissioner Ipock used his collaborative approach to problem solving following his board experience with the Mid-America Dairy Board which eventually became Dairy Farmers of America .
Paul and his wife Robin have three children Shelby, April and Ross. The Ipock’s ran a Holstein dairy farm until 2006 when they transitioned to a beef cow calf operation.
2016 CCAM Legislative Resolutions are viewable HERE.
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