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2014 Board of Supervisors' Chair and Vice Chair Selected

January 10, 2014

First District Supervisor Jack Duran was selected as the chairman for the Placer County Board of Supervisors for 2014 by his fellow Board members at their  meeting held on Jan 7. District Four Supervisor Kirk Uhler was selected as the vice-chair and can serve in the chairman’s absence. Third District Supervisor Jim Holmes served as chairman in 2013. Prior to his passing the gavel, Supervisor Holmes was presented with an award from his colleagues honoring the many accomplishments under his leadership.

In addition to running the supervisor meetings held in Auburn throughout the year and quarterly in Tahoe,  the Chairman also has input on meeting agendas and scheduling.  The Board of Supervisors’ selects its chair and vice-chair at the first meeting of the new year.

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