Doug Teeter named chair of rural counties alliance – Chico Enterprise-Record

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SACRAMENTO — Butte County Supervisor Doug Teeter, who represents District 5 in the county, was installed as chair of the Rural County Representatives of California at the group’s meeting in Sacramento on Wednesday.

Teeter now leads the RCRC executive team, joined by supervisors Chris Lopez of Monterey, Gerri Byrne of Modoc and Matt Kingsley of Inyo. These officers will guide the organization, which represents 40 member counties, in shaping public policies for California’s rural counties.

Doug Teeter

“I will work with all RCRC board of directors and staff to advocate for policies and solutions that support rural communities and rural county governments,” Teeter said following his installation.

Teeter’s district in Butte County is one of the two largest in geographic area, stretching from Butte Meadows and Jonesville in the far north down to Forest Ranch, Cohasset, Stirling City, Magalia and Paradise, as well as most of Highway 70 along the Feather River. His coverage area also reaches the boundaries of Chico on the east and Oroville on the north.

Teeter began his first term as supervisor Jan. 7, 2013; he has been reelected twice, with his current term set to end Jan. 6, 2025.

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