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Carbajal Becomes Chair of County Board of Supervisors


First District Supervisor Salud Carbajal moved into his new spot as chair of the Board of Supervisors on 1/8, replacing 3rd District Supervisor Brooks Firestone, who has served for the past year. Carbajal, who is up for re-election this year, will be in charge of running the supervisors’ weekly meeting, and said he planned to accomplish this in a cordial way that was “welcoming to the public.”

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