UKIAH 1/4/19 — New year, new supervisors, or at least there will be as of January 8, when Ted Williams (Fifth District) and John Haschak (Third District) are sworn in as supervisors at a public ceremony and reception, at the county offices in Ukiah.
Also being newly sworn in will be assessor-elect Katrina Bartolomie, and superintendent of schools-elect Michelle Hutchins. Getting re-sworn in will be Sheriff Tom Allman and District Attorney Eyster, Auditor-Controller Lloyd B. Weer, and Treasurer Shari L. Schapmire.
The reception will be followed by the first supervisor’s meeting of the year, the agenda of which can be found here. The details and dates of future meetings can be found at this website.
The current three sitting supervisors, Carre Brown, Dan Gjerde, and John McCowen, are in the middle of their four year terms and as such do not need to be sworn in.
Here’s the press release from the Mendocino County Executive Office:
The Mendocino County Executive Office Announces Swearing-In Ceremony For Newly Elected And Re-Elected Mendocino County Officials
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors will conduct a swearing-in ceremony for newly elected and re-elected Mendocino County officials on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. The ceremony will take place at 9:00 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors Chambers, Room 1070, 501 Low Gap Road, in Ukiah.
Those to be honored are: John Haschak, newly elected as the Third District Supervisor; Ted Williams, newly elected as the Fifth District Supervisor; Tom Allman, re-elected as Sheriff-Coroner; C. David Eyster, re-elected as District Attorney; Lloyd B. Weer, re- elected as Auditor-Controller; Katrina Bartolomie, newly elected as Assessor-Clerk- Recorder; Shari L. Schapmire, re-elected as Treasurer-Tax Collector; and Michelle Hutchins, newly elected as Superintendent of Schools.
“With the start of the new year, we are excited to honor new and returning elected officials. The constituents of Mendocino County are fortunate to have such respected, experienced, and dedicated elected representatives,” stated Carmel J. Angelo, Chief Executive Officer. “As the CEO and Clerk of the Board, I look forward to administering the oaths of office to the honorees at Tuesday’s ceremony.”
Immediately following the swearing-in ceremony, a brief reception will be held in the Administration Center foyer. The public is welcome to attend.
For more information, please contact the Mendocino County Executive Office at (707) 463-4441.