The annual vote to elect a new Chair and Vice Chair of the Board of Supervisors was held Tuesday, Jan. 11. This year’s elected Chair is Supervisor Sue Frost of District 4, and Don Nottoli of District 5 was elected Vice Chair.
“I am honored to serve as the 2021 Chair of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. 2020 was a most challenging year, and I’m confident that the Board’s work this year will tackle important issues that are meaningful to the residents of Sacramento County.”Sue Frost
The Board of Supervisors showed their appreciation for the previous 2020 Board Chair, Supervisor Phil Serna, by contributing funds in his name to the Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc.
In addition to electing a new Chair and Vice-Chair, two County Supervisors were sworn in for four-year terms:
- Rich Desmond, Third Supervisorial District; Oath Administered by Susan Peters.
- Sue Frost, Fourth Supervisorial District; Oath Administered by Jack Frost.
Board Chair responsibilities include the following:
- Presides over the Board meetings; the Vice Chairperson assumes the role in the Chairperson’s absence or inability to act. If the Chair and Vice Chair are absent or unable to preside, the members present will select a member present to act as temporary Chairperson.
- Acts on procedural matters or questions.
- Recognizes a member of the board desiring to speak on an item.
- Is entitled to vote on all matters before the Board, participate in discussion relating to any matter, make motions without relinquishing the Chair, and second any motion without relinquishing the Chair.
- Sits on other boards/commissions as a representative of the County of Sacramento and is the point of contact for questions from the public regarding the meetings (i.e., coordination of resolutions/presentations and general questions not specific to a district, etc.).
The Chair and Vice Chair serve annual terms.
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