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January 6, 2015 6:26 PM

New county leadership

Madera County’s new sheriff/coroner, district attorney, and chairman of the board of supervisors, Jay Varney, David Linn, and David Rogers, respectively, were sworn into office Tuesday morning in the board of supervisors chambers in the Madera County Government Center in Madera. Varney and Rogers oath of office was performed by Madera County Clerk Recorder Rebecca Martinez, and Linn was sworn in by Madera County Superior Court Judge Ernie Licalsi. Martinez also swore in District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler to his third four-year term, and new county auditor controller Todd Miller.

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