The 91st General Conference of the California County Planning Commissioners’ Association will be held at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Pleasanton at the Club, 7050 Johnson Drive, in Pleasanton, Alameda County, on October 14-15, 2022.
This promises to be another highly informative and enjoyable yearly event. Representatives from the City of Pleasanton and Alameda County’s Board of Supervisors will be on hand on to welcome the attendees, and Friday’s presenters will include Tim Byrd, Vice President and General Counsel for G3 Enterprises; Ron Kopf, Executive Director at Tuolumne County Business Council; Developer Mike Lemke; Melanie McCavour, Environmental Impact Assesment Professional, and CalPoly Humboldt Lecturer; John Salkowski, President and CFO of Blue Mountain Minerals; and Michael Washam, Associate Director of Tulare County Resource Management Agency.
Saturday’s field trip will include tours of one of the largest aggregate facilities in Pleasanton, the Alameda County Fairgrounds, the Sunol Water Temple (currently closed to the public due to renovation and construction at the new Alameda Creek Watershed Center), and the Ruby Hill Winery in the Livermore Valley. Saturday evening closes the event with a banquet featuring keynote speaker, former US Congress Representative George Radanovich.
Conference registration is now open, visit the link below to sign up. Your registration fee of $179.00 includes the Friday sessions with continental breakfast and lunch, the Saturday Field trip with lunch, and the evening Banquet. The Doubletree has offered a very affordable room rate for CCPCA attendees, of $119.00 per night. Room Reservations at the Doubletree are now available here, (or if you prefer to reserve by phone, mention Group Code "CAC." Be aware however that this hotel rate is only available until September 29, so please don’t delay.
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Thank You! We express heartfelt gratitude to our donors who have contributed to help support the 2022 CCPCA program: