Supervisor Perez Enters New Term, Announces Local Swearing-In Ceremony
RIVERSIDE – Riverside County Supervisor V. Manuel Perez was sworn into a full, four-year term of office by Riverside Superior Court Judge Raquel Marquez this morning at the first county Board meeting of the year.
During the meeting, Supervisor Perez was selected by his colleagues to serve as vice chair of the Board for 2019. Supervisor Kevin Jeffries will serve in the post of chair.
“I am grateful, blessed and proud to serve as your Riverside County Fourth District Supervisor,” said Supervisor V. Manuel Perez. “In the coming year and in the term that begins today, we have so much to do. It’s going to be quite a bit of work, whether it’s the issue of the budget, labor negotiations, environmental issues like the Salton Sea, infrastructure, the economic development efforts that are needed here, housing, and homelessness. As a team, we can make some great things happen. The Phenomenal Fourth District team and I look forward to continuing to provide exceptional service and representation to all we serve.”
Supervisor Perez and his staff invite the community to join them for live music, food and beverages at the Fourth District swearing-in and open house next week. The festivities start at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at Supervisor Perez’s office in Palm Desert, 73-710 Fred Waring Dr.
Additional details will be announced as the event nears.
A former teacher and community health worker, Perez served as a State Assemblymember, Coachella City Councilmember and Coachella Valley Unified School District Trustee prior to taking office as the Fourth District Supervisor on May 12, 2017. In June 2018, the voters elected Perez to a full, four-year term.
Perez serves as vice chair of the Board of Supervisors and represents the Fourth District and Riverside County on a number of committees, boards and commissions. A full list can be found on his Web site at: www.rivco4.org/web/perez/committees. In addition to these boards and commissions, Perez is an ambassador to Gov. Newsom, representing the Inland Empire.