Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do has been unanimously selected by his colleagues to serve as Vice Chair of the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
During the upcoming year, Vice Chair Do vows to work closely with Chairwoman Michele Steel to expand access to mental health care services and enhance the county’s system of care for combatting homelessness.
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“I am honored to serve as Vice Chair and humbled to receive the unanimous support of our Board,” said Supervisor Andrew Do. “By working together, Orange County can continue to keep our neighborhoods safe as we work to address our community’s homeless crisis.”
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In 2020, Supervisor Do will also serve as Vice Chair of the OC Housing Finance Trust, Vice Chair of the Orange County Transportation Authority, Vice Chair of the Audit and Finance Committee at Metrolink, and Chairman of the OC Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.
Supervisor Do started working for the County more than 30 years ago, serving in various County departments. He previously served as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors in 2018 and Vice Chair in 2017.
In addition to keeping Orange County safe and providing care to the homeless, Supervisor Do plans to focus on creating more affordable housing, investing in Orange County’s public infrastructure, increasing access to vital health care services for seniors and low-income families, and alleviating financial burdens on students and recent graduates.
“Orange County is a wonderful place to live,” said Supervisor Do. “Our county must find new ways to deliver that same high-quality of life to everyone in our community. We must create more opportunities for students, recent graduates, and young families to afford Orange County.”