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County Asks for Public Input on New CEO


In anticipation of County Executive Officer Mike Brown’s retirement at the end of October, the Board of Supervisors is asking for public input as it searches for a replacement. According to a county spokesperson, the Board has hired consulting firm Ralph Andersen & Associates, which in turn created an online questionnaire to reportedly better understand what qualities the community values in a CEO. Links to the survey can be accessed on the County’s website at countyofsb.org and residents can also send email input directly to Ralph Andersen & Associates at CEOsurvey@ralphandersen.com. The deadline is 5/15.

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