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County Commissioners Association of Missouri

County Commissioners Association of Missouri

Who we are and what we do for Missouri Counties…

 

The County Commissioners Association of Missouri (CCAM) was established in 1983 to create a close and cooperative relationship among the commissioners of the state, 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 county commissioner .

The state of Missouri has 114 county governments.  With the exception of St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson and Jackson Counties (who operate under a charter, “home rule” form of government), the other 110 counties are all members of CCAM.  The governing bodies of these 110 counties are composed of three commissioners – a presiding and two associates.  Therefore, the association’s membership consists of 330 Missouri county government commissioners.

CCAM has contracted with the Missouri Association of Counties to manage operations and perform administrative services for all workings of its association.

 

 
 
  Cooper County Courthouse

Cooper County Courthouse

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  Adair County Courthouse

Adair County Courthouse

WHAt Does CCAM Stand For?

Read CCAM Legislative Priorities and view Model Ordinances.

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