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Posted on: June 12, 2012

County engineer elected to national board


Tuesday Jun 12 2012 3:07 PM

Pierce County Engineer Brian D. Stacy, P.E., has been elected to serve a two-year term as the Western Regional Vice President for the National Association of County Engineers (NACE) Board of Directors.

"This is a great opportunity to exchange information and network with my colleagues on a national stage," Stacy said. "I am honored to be able to represent county engineers from the 11 Western States and look forward to keeping Pierce County and the state of Washington on the leading edge of transportation issues."

Prior to this election, Stacy has served as the president and the director-at-large for the Washington State Association of County Engineers (WASCE). He also is vice chair of the County Road Administration Board, serving as the County Engineer representative for counties with populations in excess of 125,000. He has been with Pierce County for more than 20 years.

"I am pleased that Brian will continue his work to promote the field of county engineering and develop solid relationships with county engineers across the nation," said Brian Ziegler, Pierce County Public Works and Utilities director. "He is an exceptional public servant, and I congratulate him on his newest role."

The NACE Board of Directors overall mission is: providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information for the advancement of county engineering and management aimed at improving service to the public; stimulating the development and growth of individual state organizations of county engineers and county road officials; improving relations and cooperation among county engineers, county road officials and other agencies; and monitoring national legislation affecting county transportation/public works departments and, through the National Association of Counties (NACo), to provide NACE's legislative opinions.

NACE has regional vice presidents from each of its five regions: Western, North Central, South Central, Northeast and Southeast. Each is a voting member for their region.

Janice Brevik, Public Works and Utilities

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