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DISTRICT II SUPERVISOR SHIVA FRENTZEN VOTED NEW CALAFCO TREASURER BY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Also re-elected by full membership as Central Region representative
(Placerville, CA) – The California Association of Local Agency Formation Commissions (CALAFCO) Board of Directors unanimously voted Shiva Frentzen to serve as the association's Treasurer at its October 5, 2018 Board meeting. Additionally, she was reelected by CALAFCO members to be their Central Region representative, where she was the only county representative for the 19 counties spanning from Placer county to the north to Kern county to the south.
"It is an honor to serve on the CALAFCO Executive Committee as Treasurer of the Association. I look forward to continuing to represent our County at the State level and work with neighboring counties to further impact legislation in order to improve local LAFCOs," said Frentzen.
"As the Executive Director of the Association, it has been my pleasure to work with Board Member Frentzen during the past four years and I look forward to continuing to move CALAFCO forward under her leadership as Treasurer. Her commitment and focus to the principles and values of LAFCo and CALAFCO are evident in her desire to dedicate the next four years on the Executive Committee, eventually leading the Association as Chair of the Board," said Pamela Miller.
"We all should be so proud of Ms. Frentzen for her election to the CALAFCO Board of Directors as Treasure and her representation of our El Dorado LAFCO," said Holly Morrison, El Dorado LAFCO Commissioner and Cameron Park Community Services District Board Member.
She was first elected to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors in 2014 during a special election. In June 2016, she was reelected to a four-year term. Prior to serving on the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, she served as a Director on the Cameron Park Community Services District Board. Shiva has been a resident in Cameron Park for 26 years.
About the California Association of Local Agency Formation Commissions:
The California Association of LAFCos, or CALAFCO, was founded in 1971 and is a 501(c)3 membership Association. CALAFCO serves as an organization dedicated to assisting member LAFCos with educational and technical resources that otherwise would not be available. The Association provides statewide coordination of LAFCo activities, serves as a resource to the Legislature and other bodies, and offers a structure for sharing information among the various LAFCos and other governmental agencies. The Association is governed by a Board of Directors composed of sixteen (16) LAFCo Commissioners, four representing each of the four regions (North, South, Central and Coastal): four city members, four county members, four special district members and four public members. The membership of CALAFCO consists of all 58 LAFCos statewide, as well as Associate Members from firms, agencies and organizations throughout California.
For more information, contact Executive Director Pamela Miller at email@example.com or by calling 916-442-6536. The CALAFCO offices are located at 1215 K Street, Suite 1650, Sacramento, California, 95814.
About El Dorado LAFCO
El Dorado LAFCO is responsible for the preservation of agricultural land and open space; for the prevention of urban sprawl through coordinating logical and timely changes in local governmental boundaries; for conducting special studies which review ways to reorganize, simplify, and streamline governmental structure; and for the efficient delivery of services by each city and special district within the county.