Ex-public admin. set to win college district seat (TotalBuzz/OC Reg)
With just one day left before the filing deadline, John S. Williams, who was forced to resign earlier this year as the county’s elected public administrator, is the sole candidate for a trustee seat on the South Orange County Community College District board.
If no opposing candidate files before 5 p.m. Wednesday, Williams would become district’s area 7 trustee without an election, said Neal Kelley, the registrar of voters. Williams served on the district’s board for 18 years before resigning in December 2010 for what he said were health reasons.
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“I’m not slinking away from anything — I’m holding my head high,” Williams, 61, said in a telephone interview on Tuesday afternoon.
After six months of retirement, Williams said, he has his health back and looks forward to serving again as a trustee. “I’ve got a lot of history there and I’ve got a lot to offer them,” he said.
His proposed ballot designation? Orange County Public Administrator….
Another Sex Crime Allegation on County Supervisors' Docket (Voice of OC)
While Orange County supervisors have largely addressed the sex crimes allegations against former county Public Works executive Carlos Bustamante as an isolated case, there are increasing indications that other top county officials face similar serious allegations….