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Photos of Events in District 2

  • From Left to Right: Lincoln City Fire Chief Dave Whitt,
    Lincoln City Mayor Paul Joiner, Placer Supervisor Robert M. Weygandt, District 2, Lincoln City Manager Jim Estep, and Lincoln City Police Chief Paul Shelgren

  • Robert discusses regional priorities with the Rocklin Chamber Government Relations Committee.
  • Firefighter Forrest Rowell from Atwood Station 180 captures Robert’s attention at birthday time.
  • hy Lund's retirement from the Rocklin City Council is celebrated with Robert and Supervisor Jim Holmes
  • Supervisors Jennifer Montgomery, Jim Holmes, and Robert celebrate Placer Land Trust’s success in obtaining Bruin Ranch.
  • Robert Weygandt at the Lighthouse Grand Opening at 427 A Street. Jennifer Pereira, Lighthouse Chair, Robert, and Angela Ponivas, Lighthouse Executive Director.
  • District Two Hero for 2010, Kris Knutson, displays his commemorative coin with Robert.
  • Placer County planners (left to right): Loren Clark, Jennifer Byous, (Robert in center) and Edmund Sullivan share Robert’s honor of being named first ever “Champion” by the Northern California Conservation Planning Partners (NCCPP) for his work on Placer Legacy and the Placer County Conservation Plan. The NCCPP covers the regional area from Contra Costa County to Yuba and Placer Counties.
  • Robert promotes local wine at the 2010 Celebrity Waiter Luncheon benefiting the Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center.
  • Robert leads a day of appreciation for Mark Williams (center in tie and shirt), retiring CHP Officer
  • Progress on the Tahoe City Transit Center (TCTC) is studied by Robert during a tour at the time of the Board of Supervisors' meeting at Tahoe City. The TCTC is designed to handle several means of transportation including bicycles
  • Taking a break from their advocacy for Placer County, Robert shares a light moment with colleagues in Washington, DC
  • Robert helps cut the ribbon at the new Children's Receiving Home in Auburn
  • Alongside Governor Schwarzenegger and Sierra Nevada Conservancy Executive Director Jim Branham, Robert joins in the announcement of the Northern Sierra Partnership. A partnership formed to protect areas in the Sierras
  • Robert waits for a bite at Hidden Falls Regional Park
  • Robert joins area leaders to serve as a celebrity waiter to benefit the Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center in Lincoln.
  • Robert chats with Jim Branham, Executive Director of the Sierra Nevada Conservancy upon receiving an award on behalf of the organization.
  • Robert joins fellow board member Jim Holmes, Drexel University President Constantine Papadakis and Placer County staff in Philadelphia.
  • Robert Weygandt and Mark Fowler Lincoln High School Hall of Fame Inductees.