The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is nearing a decision on who it will tap to replace retiring County Administrator Sheryl Bratton.
The appointed post is the top executive position in county government and is responsible for carrying out the board’s priorities and working with county departments that employ more 4,000 people.
The board, which is handling the interviews and search process, is on track to select a new county administrator by mid-December.
The county received roughly 36 applications for the position by the time the application period closed in October, said Supervisor Chris Coursey, board vice chair.
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