Elected in November, and formally sworn-in on January 10, Sue Frost is representing District 4 as a Sacramento County Board of Supervisor and takes the reins from the recently retired Roberta MacGlashan.
Frost, who is eager to create a connection with residents in District 4, which includes the cities of Citrus Heights and Folsom, and the communities of Antelope, Gold River, Orangevale, Rancho Murieta, and Rio Linda/Elverta, will carry on with established Community Cabinet Meetings at locations throughout her district to meet face-to-face with residents.
The first item on Supervisor Frost’s agenda is to conduct a survey in her district to learn how she can best communicate with residents.
“Learning what’s important to the residents in District 4 and establishing good communication is a top priority of mine. It’s important they know that I will never forget who I work for and that delivering excellent customer service is vital to me,” said Supervisor Frost.
Prior to being sworn-in, Frost started meeting with the other four members on the Board and discussing plans to tour each other’s districts to have a complete picture of the unique and common needs that the communities in all five of the districts face.
“The members of the Board and their staff have been very supportive and I look forward to their continued collaboration and insight,” said Supervisor Frost.
Supervisor Frost also started meeting with the more than 30 departments and affiliate organizations that carry out vital services for Sacramento County. The Supervisor said that she’s been impressed with her meetings with the departments and the amount of work and variety of services they perform.
“It’s been a great start. What these departments have shown me so far is that they are doing an amazing job in maximizing their resources to provide services while striving to effectively manage their budgets,” said Supervisor Frost.
In addition to providing a connection for residents to County services, Supervisor Frost will work to help the County facilitate safe neighborhoods and thriving economic development in our communities. She is also passionate about helping veterans get access to resources and applying effective measures to assist with homeless issues by working collaboratively with the community, businesses, non-profit and faith-based organizations. Also, over the last decade, Supervisor Frost has keenly watched and seen the benefits of the “green” economy take root in our region and will continue to promote those advances.
Supervisor Frost is married and when she’s not working she spends her free-time reading, cooking, gardening and volunteering to help veterans through Stand Down, Veterans Helping Veterans, Homeless Assistance Resource Team (HART)/Winter Shelter, and with the Citrus Heights Green Team.
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