CSG East’s 2022 Annual Meeting
We invite you to CSG East’s 61st Annual Meeting and Regional Policy Forum, August 14-17, 2022, in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The theme of this year’s meeting, is States in Transition. As we emerge from the recent pandemic, what have we learned, and how will we move forward?
Join us for three days of discussions with your peers at the largest gathering of state officials in the East. All of CSG East’s policy committees will meet to discuss critical issues affecting the region in the areas of agriculture and rural affairs, Canada-U.S. relations, education and workforce development, energy and environment, fiscal affairs, military and veterans affairs, territorial relations, and transportation. CSG East’s Council on Communities of Color will also meet.
Registration is open! Please review the General Information and Agenda pages for additional information. Register now!
Please contact CSG East at email@example.com if you have any questions. Please mark your calendars now! We look forward to welcoming you in person in Manchester August 14-17, 2022!
Senator Sharon Carson, CSG East 2022 Co-Chair
Senator Lou D’Allesandro, CSG East 2022 Co-Chair
COVID-19 Health and Safety
CSG East is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all 2022 Annual Meeting participants and staff. Although the rates of COVID-19 may be declining in some areas at the time of this meeting, it is still a major health concern especially as our participants will be traveling from states and territories where transmission risk may be higher. To reduce the risk of becoming infected or spreading infection, we are recommending that all attendees, unless contraindicated, be fully vaccinated including boosters if eligible. In addition, masking is strongly recommended regardless of vaccine status when: 1) indoors except when eating, drinking, or presenting; 2) outdoors in groups when physical distancing is not possible. Physical distancing, especially when unmasked or indoors, is another important safety measure. Special care should be taken by those at higher risk or those caring for young children or more vulnerable adults.