Today the Fresno County Board of Supervisors marked their first meeting of 2021 with the designation of Board officers and the swearing in of elected officials.
District 2 Supervisor, Steve Brandau, was named Board of Supervisors Chairman through 2021, while District 1 Supervisor, Brian Pacheco, will serve as Vice Chairman. The roles of Chairman and Vice Chairman were held in 2020 by Supervisors Buddy Mendes and Brandau, respectively.
The roles of Chairman and Vice Chairman are served in 12-month terms, rotating annually between Supervisors.
Supervisors Brandau, Quintero, Magsig sworn in following their reelection
In addition to the designations of Chairman and Vice Chairman, Supervisor Brandau also joined with fellow Supervisors Sal Quintero and Nathan Magsig in taking the oath of office for their respective positions following their reelection. All three were reelected in the March 3, 2020 primary election.
This is the second elected term for each. Supervisor Brandau was first elected during a special election in March of 2019, at which time he replaced Andreas Borgeas, who had departed to assume his role as California State Senator. Supervisors Quintero and Magsig were first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 2016, assuming their offices in 2017.