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Meeks Bay Fire District retains experienced directors

MEEKS BAY, Calif. andamp;#8212; At the last general election, three members of the Meeks Bay Fire District Board of Directors retained their seats, having run unchallenged.Board Secretary/Treasurer Jane Warmack, a retired educator, has served on the Board for 14 years. Jane and her husband Richard live in Meeks Bay.Vice-President Nick Kromydas has served the community on the Board for 25 years. Nick is a renowned AIA architect, and lives in the Westlake Village subdivision of Tahoma with his wife Teresa.Board President Ed Miller also retained his seat, and as of this February will have held the office for 30 years. He and his wife Lolly Kupec are owners of Wild West Communications Group and live in Westlake Village. Ed is also Chair of the El Dorado County Civil Service Commission, having served the County for 22 years.The other two Directors were not up for re-election. They are Bruce Massie of Westlake Village, owner of Creative Kitchens andamp; Baths, and Steve Hyde, of Rubicon. Steve retired as Senior Regional Director (California), of Ducks Unlimited.These are your elected representatives of the District who are honored to serve you. They are available for your comments, questions, or other concerns and can be reached through the District office at 530-525-7548, or at Staff@MeeksBayFire.com. Board meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of every month and the public is encouraged to attend. Please check with the office to confirm meeting dates.andamp;#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com


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