Vice-Chair Lannie Brant has been re-appointed to serve as Chair of the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) Natural Resources & the Environment Policy Committee for the 2023-2024 policy year. This committee is one of ACCG’s seven standing policy committees.
"It’s an honor for me to continue representing Camden County through serving on the ACCG Policy Council,” said District 1 Commissioner Lannie Brant. “This is another opportunity to ensure that Camden County’s voice is heard at the state level.”
The ACCG Natural Resources & the Environment Policy Committee works to promote protection and sustainable use of natural resources by developing consensus positions and advocating on behalf of Georgia counties on issues such as water supply, water quality, air quality, water and sewer utilities, land use planning, and solid and hazardous waste management.
Vice-Chair Brant began serving as Chair of the Natural Resources & the Environment Policy Committee in 2020. He has represented District 1 since January 2017. He retired with nearly 30 years of service as Solid Waste Director for Camden County. This combination of experience gives him invaluable insight with identifying policy issues surrounding natural resources and environmental issues.