Beck Joins CSD Board; Day Named President, McDonald VP

Barbara Beck rejoins the CSD Board of Directors on January 5

Barbara Beck rejoins the CSD Board of Directors on January 5

In her first duty on the Board of Directors of the Big Bear City Community Services District, Barbara Beck led the flag salute at the CSD meeting of January 5, which also included the Board’s election of president and vice president for the coming year. As one of the five directors, Jeff Newsome, was unable to attend Monday’s meeting, the election process was left to Beck (who had served seven years on the CSD Board in the ’90s), as well as Marge McDonald, Vice President John Day and President Rick Ollila, who was re-elected to the Board in November. As soon as Beck’s swearing in was complete, McDonald made the first motion to nominate Day as president, which he took with a swift 4-0 vote. Ollila then nominated McDonald for vice president, which also passed with a 4-0 vote. As CSD’s president, Day noted that he would make committee assignments at the next meeting of the CSD Board, though noted that many positions would probably remain intact in order to allow for continuity. At meeting’s end, Beck thanked those in attendance and told CSD constituents, “I give you my word that your wishes will drive me in the future.”

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In her first duty on the Board of Directors of the Big Bear City Community Services District, Barbara Beck led the flag salute at the CSD meeting of January 5, which also included the Board’s election of president and vice president for the coming year. As one of the five directors, Jeff Newsome, was unable to attend Monday’s meeting, the election process was left to Beck (who had served seven years on the CSD Board in the ’90s), as well as Marge McDonald, Vice President John Day and President Rick Ollila, who was re-elected to the Board in November. As soon as Beck’s swearing in was complete, McDonald made the first motion to nominate Day as president, which he took with a swift 4-0 vote. Ollila then nominated McDonald for vice president, which also passed with a 4-0 vote. As CSD’s president, Day noted that he would make committee assignments at the next meeting of the CSD Board, though noted that many positions would probably remain intact in order to allow for continuity. At meeting’s end, Beck thanked those in attendance and told CSD constituents, “I give you my word that your wishes will drive me in the future.”

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