Supervisor Dave Roberts has officially been elected to the position of First Vice President of the California State Association of Counties (CSAC). Elected during the association’s 121st annual meeting, Dave is looking forward to working on behalf of all 58 California counties on important issues such as health care, public safety, transportation, and the environment.
The CSAC, based in Sacramento, represents the interests of county government before the state

Legislature, Congress, and state and federal administrative agencies. Other San Diego County Supervisors who have held leadership positions in the CSAC include Supervisor Greg Cox, who was CSAC President in 2005, and former Supervisor Leon Williams, who was CSAC President in 1993. “I look forward to working collaboratively with colleagues across the state to ensure that our counties can meet the needs of our growing and diverse population,” said Dave. For more information visit www.counties.org.