INDIANAPOLIS — The Association of Indiana Counties announced that 43 local officials and county employees received accreditation in the Institute for Excellence in County Government program.
Among the honorees was Steuben County Auditor Kim Meyers who was among 21 who received their Institute for Excellence Certification by completing 30 credit hours within 4 years. Additionally, 30 individuals completed requirements for additional awards. Meyers was also honored for continuing education credits.
Meyers is finishing her second set of two straight terms in office as Steuben County Auditor. She was out of office for seven years in between her two sets of two terms, having been elected to the office four times.
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