Three members of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors took the oath of office to four-year terms Monday.
The board’s newest member, Kristin Gaspar, won election in November to represent the County’s Third Supervisorial District. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer administered the oath.
Supervisors Greg Cox, District 1, and Dianne Jacob, District 2, both took the oath following their re-elections in what will be their final terms. Cox was sworn in by his wife and former Chula Vista Mayor Cheryl Cox and Jacob by San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore.
All three were sworn in during a ceremony held at the County Administration Center. They join Chairman Ron Roberts and Supervisor Bill Horn in overseeing a $5.36 billion budget and approximately 17,000 County employees.