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CSD directors sworn in

I SWEAR —€” El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors chair Noelle Mattock, far left, officiates the Thursday night swearing-in ceremony for recently elected CSD directors Bill Vandegrift, Tony Rogozinski and Wayne Lowery. The men will each serve a four-year term. Village Life photo by Mike Roberts
I SWEAR —€” El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors chair Noelle Mattock, far left, officiates the Thursday night swearing-in ceremony for recently elected CSD directors Bill Vandegrift, Tony Rogozinski and Wayne Lowery. The men will each serve a four-year term. Village Life photo by Mike Roberts

I SWEAR —€” El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors chair Noelle Mattock, far left, officiates the Thursday night swearing-in ceremony for recently elected CSD directors Bill Vandegrift, Tony Rogozinski and Wayne Lowery. Village Life photo by Mike Roberts

Former El Dorado Hills Community Services District general manager Wayne Lowery takes his place on the CSD Board of Directors with incumbents Bill Vandegrift and Tony Rogozinski reelected in November. The men will each serve a four-year term.

Noelle Mattock and Guy Gertsch are the other two CSD directors.

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