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School boards, special districts looking for qualified candidates

By From page B7 | July 11, 2012

More than 90 positions will be available on various local city councils, school and community college boards, parks, fire, conservation, recreation and utility districts in El Dorado County this November.

Candidate filing for these positions will open July 16 and close Aug. 10. Citizens interested in serving and who are registered voters are qualified to run for local office.

Declaration of candidacy papers are available beginning Monday, July 16, at city clerks’ offices for city positions and in the El Dorado County Elections Department for all other offices. A list of offices scheduled for election and a Candidate’s Handbook is available on the Elections Department website at edcgov.us/elections.

The city offices up for election are:

City of Placerville: Two City Councilmember seats and City Treasurer

City of South Lake Tahoe: Two City Councilmember seats

The school board offices up for election are:

El Dorado County Board of Education: Trustee Areas 3 and 5

Placer County Office of Education: Trustee Area 4

Los Rios Community College District: Trustee Area 3

Sierra Joint Community College District: Trustee Areas 3, 4 and 7

El Dorado Union High School District:  Two seats

Black Oak Mine Unified School District: Trustee Areas 1 and 2

Tahoe Truckee Unified School District: Trustee Areas 2 and 3

Buckeye Union School District: Two seats

Camino Union School District: Three seats

Gold Trail Union School District: Two seats

Indian Diggings School District: One seat

Latrobe School District: One seat

Mother Lode Union School District: Four seats 

Pollock Pines School District: Two seats

Rescue Union School District: Two seats

Silver Fork School District: One seat

The special district offices up for election are:

Diamond Springs/El Dorado Fire Protection District: Three seats

El Dorado County Fire Protection District: Divisions 1, 2, 4 and 5

El Dorado Hills County Water District: Two seats

Garden Valley Fire Protection District: Three seats

Georgetown Fire Protection District: Four seats 

Lake Valley Fire Protection District: Three seats

Mosquito Fire Protection District: Three seats

Pioneer Fire Protection District: Two seats

El Dorado Resource Conservation District: Three seats

Georgetown Divide Resource Conservation District: Three seats

Georgetown Divide Recreation District: Areas 1, 3 and 5

Georgetown Divide Public Utility District: Seats 4 and 5

Tahoe City Public Utility District: Seats 3, 4 and 5

Cameron Estates Community Services Districts: Two seats

Cameron Park Community Services Districts: Two seats

El Dorado Hills Community Services District: Two seats

Garden Valley Ranch/Estates Community Services District: Three seats

Greenstone Country Community Services District: Three seats

Rolling Hills Community Services District: Four seats

Contact the El Dorado County Elections Department at (530) 621-7480 for more information. 

 

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  • David Del RioJuly 09, 2012 - 3:02 pm

    I'm going to run for the El Dorado Union High School District. I have been involved with the High School District since 1992 - Parent, Coach, SARB Board, and Work. I'm the Executive Director of EDCA Lifeskills- Alcohol and Drug Counseling Services for 14 years. Time to put the Children first

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