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Supervisor Fletcher Has Been Driving Change Since Entering Office January 7

04/15/19


Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, since entering office in January, has brought a new energy and spirit of collaboration to the County of San Diego. In a short period of time, Supervisor Fletcher’s commitment to making government more accessible, protecting the environment and his drive to improve the lives of children, families and immigrants has brought positive change to the County.

Tuesday is Supervisor Fletcher’s 100th day in office. To date, all eight of the board letters he introduced or co-sponsored were passed by the Board of Supervisors. He has appointed 43 talented and experienced members of the community to serve on boards, commissions and councils. Supervisor Fletcher, together with his team, has already participated in more than 150 events or meetings with community organizations, nonprofits and small businesses.

“To come to a job every day where my number one goal is to improve the lives of others is a privilege that I take seriously,” said Supervisor Fletcher. “We have advanced good policies on behavioral health, the environment and to help children and families, but there is more that needs to be done.  I am excited for the challenges that lie ahead.”

To commemorate his first 100 days in office, Supervisor Fletcher will have lunch from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16 with members of the community at Waterfront Park, 1600 Pacific Highway San Diego, CA 92101.

In addition to his daily duties, Supervisor Fletcher also serves on 21 boards, commissions and advisory groups, including the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System Board and is Co-Chair of the Child and Family Strengthening Advisory Council.

Board Letters Passed

  1. Migrant Shelter
  2. Live Well Mobile Vehicle
  3. Complete 2020 Census Count
  4. Community Choice Energy
  5. Strengthening Authority of Local Health Workers
  6. Evening Budget Hearing
  7. Regional Hub for Behavioral Health

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