Tuesday, December 12, 2006
The five-member Board of Supervisors that governs San Diego County oversees a $4-billion plus budget and a sprawling bureaucracy with some 17,000 employees. Each is elected by his or her district and once elected, they usually stay in office unless ambition, illness or scandal dislodges them. Tonight Full Focus kicks off a new focus on the county by taking a year-end look at the latest headlines from the County Board of Supervisors.
- Richard Rider , citizen watchdog and president of San Diego Tax Fighters.
- Rob Davis , reporter, VoiceofSanDiego.org.
In the New Year, Full Focus will be taking a closer look at the workings of county government. We extend an open invitation to each of the supervisors to join us for individual conversations about their work.