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    Condos wins overall, public honors in 2015 ELGAs
    Mark Condos, superintendent at Las Positas Golf Course in Livermore, Calif., has been chosen as the Overall and Public Course winner of the 2015 Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards. The awards are presented annually by GCSAA and Golf Digest in partnership with Syngenta and Rain Bird’s Golf Division. Dave Davies, CGCS, is the National Private winner, and Jason Honeyball is the International winner.

    Elliott wins 2015 Leo Feser Award
    Tom Elliott, CGCS at Monarch Dunes Golf Course in Nipomo, Calif., has been selected as the recipient of the 2015 Leo Feser Award from GCSAA. The award is presented annually to the author of the best superintendent-written article published in GCM during the previous year. Elliott will receive the award at the 2016 Golf Industry Show in San Diego.

    Candidate slate set for 2016 Board of Directors
    The Nominating Committee has announced the list of candidates for the 2016 GCSAA Board of Directors, with the election taking place Feb. 11, during the Golf Industry Show. The offices of president, vice president and secretary/treasurer, along with two director positions, will be on the ballot.

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Call campaign: Help pass WOTUS disapproval resolution
On Jan. 13, the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to take up S.J. Res. 22, the Senate-led Congressional Review Act disapproval resolution on the Clean Water Rule (WOTUS). This resolution needs a simple majority to pass. We are asking you to contact your House member today and encourage him or her to vote "yes" on S.J. Res. 22.

Federal judge blocks WOTUS rule
On Aug. 28, a federal judge in North Dakota blocked the Clean Water Rule, authored by the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers under the Clean Water Act, from taking effect in 13 states.

GCSAA seeks Grassroots Ambassadors
GCSAA is taking its government relations efforts to the next level with GCSAA Grassroots Ambassadors. The goal is to match a member of GCSAA with each member of Congress, and to build strong relationships between them. The program will establish a network of committed volunteers to serve as the “go-to” people for lawmakers and their staff on golf course management issues.

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