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March 25, 2014

Supervisor Greg Cox was honored at SDWP’s Workforce Investment Board meeting held last month at San Pasqual Academy. SDWP President and CEO Peter Callstrom gave Supervisor Cox a commemorative plaque and publicly thanked him for his leadership as SDWP Policy Board Chair and for his long-time service as a board member and workforce development advocate in the region.

The meeting backdrop was particularly special to Supervisor Cox. He, along with other County supervisors, was instrumental in purchasing the land and creating San Pasqual Academy, a first-in-the-nation residential education campus designed specifically for foster teens. The Academy is located in North County and provides foster teens with a stable, caring home; a quality, individualized education; and the skills needed for independent living. For more information on the school, see this story.


Since joining the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in 1995, Supervisor Cox has worked tirelessly to implement innovative, comprehensive ways to deliver valuable services to the more than 3 million people living in our region.

He represents the more than 609,000 people in the vibrant, multi-cultural neighborhoods of the First District, which extends from the Pacific Ocean in the West to the Otay and San Miguel mountains in the east and from the Cabrillo National Monument in Point Loma to the U.S./Mexico international border.

Supervisor Cox serves on the Board of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority and was recently appointed by California Assembly Speaker John Perez to the California Coastal Commission. 


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