Duran, Weygandt take oath of office

By: Staff report
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Jack Duran and Robert M. Weygandt formally took the oath of office during the final days of 2010 to start four-year terms on the Placer County Board of Supervisors. Duran, a Roseville attorney, is starting his first term representing the 1st District on the five-member board. His district covers most of Roseville and a stretch of unincorporated land that is west of Roseville and just north of the Placer-Sacramento county line. Weygandt has represented the 2nd District since 1995 and is beginning his fifth term. The district includes most of western Placer County, including Lincoln, Sheridan, part of Rocklin and part of western Roseville. Duran was formally sworn into office during a ceremony at the County Clerk-Recorder-Elections Office Dec. 29. Weygandt took the official oath of office during a family-oriented ceremony at the Board of Supervisors Chambers the following day. The first board meeting of the new year is scheduled to be held Jan. 11 in Auburn. At the meeting, a swearing-in ceremony will take place to welcome Duran to the board and commemorate the start of Weygandt’s fifth term. The board also is scheduled to select a chair and vice chair for 2011 during the meeting. Fourth District Supervisor Kirk Uhler was chairman during 2010 and Supervisor Weygandt was vice chair. ~ Staff report