New Placer County CEO set to take the helm this week

By: Gus Thomson, Journal Staff Writer
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AUBURN CA - The first regular meeting with new Placer County Executive Officer David Boesch highlights a full agenda Tuesday for the Board of Supervisors. Boesch was hired last Monday for the top, unelected management post with Placer County. The San Mateo County resident is slated to start work today, with Tuesday his first board meeting in his new job. Boesch, a former San Mateo County manager, was hired at a starting salary of $215,084-a-year, plus benefits, after a five-month-long selection process. He succeeds Tom Miller, who retired as CEO in February after six years. The board will be receive an update from Boesch?s County Executive Office at 11 a.m. Tuesday on the latest ramifications of Assembly Bill 109, an Assembly decision that touched off a series of realignment efforts in the public safety area. An update is also scheduled on the South Placer Adult Correctional Facility, which is currently under construction in Roseville. Rates for Sheriff?s Office booking and jail access fees charged to cities, incarceration fees for the main jail, and booking fees charged to defendants at sentencing will also be discussed. The fee discussion is slated for 9:30 a.m. Supervisors will also take time out to honor six Boy Scouts on completing all the requirements needed to obtain their Eagle Scout designation. They are: Thomas Martin, Jarrett McBride, Arpan Rajan, Nathan Woodruff, Trevor Fischer and Luke Summers. The meeting starts at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the County Administrative Center, 175 Fulweiler Ave., Auburn.