County Executive Officer Honored as Public Servant of the Year
Published on March 27, 2015
Placer County Executive Officer David Boesch was presented the Public Servant of the Year Award at the North Lake Tahoe 61st Annual Community Awards Dinner Thursday night. The award is given to a citizen nominated for his or her service in the categories of: education, special representative, fire or local government. The award ceremony is sponsored by the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association. The event, held at the Resort at Squaw Creek, was attended by about 200 people.
“David's award came as a pleasant and unexpected surprise to all of us--David included,” said Fifth District Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery, whose district includes Placer County’s portion of Lake Tahoe. “I'm delighted that his efforts in the East End of the County, at Lake Tahoe, haven't gone unnoticed!”
Boesch was honored for his level of involvement and commitment to the Tahoe community. He was also lauded for Placer County’s efforts to improve economic development efforts in the North Lake Tahoe area.
“I’m honored for the recognition this award brings,” said Boesch. “But I think it’s representative of all the good work done by the many talented Placer County employees.”