I am supporting Brooke Laine for District V Supervisor for El Dorado County. Very rarely do policymakers in positions of influence reach out to learn more, request real facts and data, or ask what they can do to help. Brooke Laine did exactly that, and it surprised me.
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EL DORADO COUNTY, Calif. – Each of the four candidates for El Dorado County supervisor for District V were asked the same set of 13 questions, and they have been published once per day this week in the order received. Here is the fourth and final candidate, Brooke Laine.
Community residents still live on county roads that have not been adequately cleared from the December storms. There will be more storms. We need to be better prepared with better equipment, staffing and training.
Dear District V Residents: I am running to serve as your local County Supervisor.
As a lifelong El Dorado County resident, I have years of experience in both the public and private sectors. Together we have survived fighting COVID and fires. We have supported one another in our communities making them a purposeful place to live, work, and play.
My economics degree is from UC Santa Cruz. I am a wife, mother, Soroptimist, retired bank manager, and former Mayor and City Councilmember. I work well with partner agencies having served on the Education Foundation, Ambulance System, Clean Tahoe, Tahoe Conservancy, TRPA, Waste Management, and the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) for El Dorado County. I accept challenges and get jobs done.
I will tackle the issues and work with our residents throughout the district to provide solutions to many critical issues including:
Vacation Rental (VHR) regulations need to be strictly enforced and reviewed regularly. Taxes collected from VHR’s need to be allocated to a strong and effective enforcement program managed by a local enforcement officer/department with strong support from the Sheriff’s office.