Crystal Williams is proud of what Jackson County achieved during her tenure as the first-ever County Legislative Chairwoman, including the approval of a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program and new Children's Services Fund.
Crystal Williams proudly made history as Jackson County’s first female Legislative Chair during 2016. Williams, who represents the 2nd District At-Large, begins 2017 with a feeling of accomplishment.
“The first thing we had to do in January was accomplish a peaceful transition of power, after the elected county executive resigned. The Legislature appointed Legislator Frank White, Jr. as acting executive and appointed Garry Baker as his successor on the Legislature,” says Williams, “I’m very pleased about how well we worked together to make this happen.”
Williams is extremely proud of her work in 2016 to establish a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program for Jackson County, an issue she worked on as a health care advocate on the state level.