Dec. 14, 2020

Jody Seaborn
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Texas Association of Counties Honors Lubbock County Commissioner Bill McCay
Award recognizes commissioner's service as a leader of Association's risk management board.

LUBBOCK – Texas Association of Counties (TAC) Executive Director Susan M. Redford presented Lubbock County Precinct 1 Commissioner Bill McCay with an award during Monday's Commissioners Court meeting in recognition of McCay's valued service as a member and leader of the TAC Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) Board of Directors.

McCay has been a Lubbock County commissioner since 2005. He joined the TAC RMP board in 2013 and has served as board chair for the past two years. TAC RMP has provided Texas counties with a stable, sustainable resource of protection against risks and liabilities for more than 45 years.

"TAC honors Bill McCay's dedication to serving not only Lubbock County as an effective commissioner, but also all Texas counties as an invaluable member of the TAC Risk Management Pool's Board of Directors," Redford said. "Bill’s insights as a county commissioner and his commitment to success have proved critical to the service the Pool provides."

"I am honored to receive this award, and am grateful to have served and witnessed how a great team can develop innovative methods to deliver important services to our counties," McCay said.

"Commissioner McCay has provided solid leadership and support to the TAC Risk Management Pool. His knowledge and insight will be greatly missed," Michael Shannon, director of TAC Risk Management Services, said.

Governed by a board of county officials, TAC RMP delivers risk control programs and services to more than 400 members, helping Texas counties promote safety and save tax dollars. For more information, visit


The Texas Association of Counties was established in 1969 to provide services to Texas counties and to promote the value of county government statewide. TAC is the representative voice for all 254 Texas counties and county officials. Through TAC, counties communicate the county perspective to state officials and the citizens of Texas.

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