Appointee to fill CPCSD vacancy

By From page A14 | February 28, 2014

With their board short one member, at their Feb. 25 meeting the directors of the Cameron Park Community Services District voted to fill the opening with an appointee.

That decision followed the resignation of the president of the board, Sean Tucker, one week earlier.

Tucker said he was resigning so he could devote more time and energy to his professional and family life.

General Manager Mary Cahill said interviews to fill the position will be held at a special board meeting in April. More information will be made available later for those interested in applying for the position.

The appointee will serve on the board until a new member can be elected in November.

The board also reorganized its officers. With Tucker out as president, Director Vicky Neibauer was elected president and Director Shiva Frentzen was elected vice president.

The board also voted not to extend a financial services management contract with CPA Tracy Fuller. Her contract runs out at the end of this month. Fuller has been preparing the financial reports for the district since July after Denise Herrnberger, senior accountant for the district, left the job. The district will be going out soon to permanently fill the finance position. Cahill said Fuller’s work as a consultant to the district was of the highest level and the board’s failure to extend her contract on a split vote had nothing to do with the quality of her work.

The district’s next regular meeting is March 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the community center.

Contact Dawn Hodson at 530-344-5071 or [email protected] Follow @DHodsonMtDemo on Twitter.

Dawn Hodson

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