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Supervisors Seek Public Input on Executive Officer Recruitment

February 15, 2012

As part of a recruitment process for a new County Executive Officer, the Placer County Board of Supervisors is seeking input from the community on the qualities it would like to see in the new executive. With the pending retirement of current CEO, Thomas M. Miller, the county has begun a widespread recruitment effort, which includes an opportunity for the community to have input through this on-line survey.

The survey will assist in providing the Board with information regarding the community’s suggested criteria for the county’s top administrative position. The Board has enlisted Ralph Andersen & Associates to conduct the recruitment and to solicit and compile community input, which will then be presented to the Board. The Supervisors welcome input from individuals, businesses, residents and other interested parties. The survey will make the Board aware of the community’s interests as the Board moves forward with the selection process.

The survey can be completed online by clicking the following link: Survey.

Additionally, the form can be accessed at:  form and completed and either copied and emailed to PlacerCoSurvey@ralphandersen.com, or printed, completed and mailed to:

Ralph Andersen & Associate
5800 Stanford Ranch Road, Suite 410
Rocklin, CA 95765

The deadline for response to the survey is Fri., March 16, 2012.

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