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We’re #1!

Well, we are at least in OC Supervisorial District #1 now.

1St Supervisorial District 2022

That’s right for the first time in decades, maybe ever, Rossmoor is no longer in OC Supervisorial District #2. 

As of January 7, 2022, Rossmoor along with most of western Orange County was moved into a newly configured Supervisorial District #1. The district area changes were finalized after more than six weeks of discussion. debate, and public input by the Board of Supervisors in December in response to the 2020 census redistricting requirements.

And with the new District, we get a new Supervisor,  Andrew Do

 

Before we meet Supervisor Do, we want to say goodbye to our former District 2 Supervisor, Katrina Foley. 

In the eight short months, she was our Supervisor, she led the way with the RCSD to get our street sweeping ordinance updated, secured more than $80,000 in grants for Rossmoor and its residents, provided us with hundreds of Covid home test kits, and educated us on how a Supervisor can serve a district.

Katrina Foley, Supervisor, Orange County District 2

As a Supervisor, Foley is a tremendous example of servant leadership. As a person, Ms. Foley is a nice, caring person who is willing to listen to the people around her. Supervisor Foley and her staff, especially Manuel Chavez will be missed. It is good to know they will continue to serve the County and the constituents of the Second District. All the best to Team Foley!

Hello, District 1 and Supervisor Andrew Do.

Supervisor Andrew Do currently represents the First District on the Orange County Board of Supervisors.  

He was first elected as Supervisor in a special election in January 2015 to replace Janet Nguyen who had been elected State Senator. He was then re-elected to full terms in November 2016 and again in 2020. His current term ends on January 6, 2025.

Oc District 1 Supervisor Andrew Do

Supervisor Do represents the newly reformed (in 2022) First District residents of Cypress, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Seal Beach, and Westminster, portions of Garden Grove, and the unincorporated communities of Midway City and Rossmoor.

Supervisor Do’s Background

During the Fall of Saigon, Andrew Do and his family fled Vietnam and ultimately settled in Garden Grove. Do grew up there before attending the University of California at Davis for his undergraduate degree and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Supervisor Do previously served as a Garden Grove City Councilmember and Orange County Deputy District Attorney where he prosecuted violent criminals and sex offenders.

Do was elected to the Board of Directors for the Orange County Bar Association and served as President of the Asian Bar of California. He also taught for three years as an Adjunct Professor at Cal State University, Fullerton, and previously served as a Judge Pro-Tem at Orange County West Municipal Court.

Supervisor Do is married to OC Superior Court Judge Cheri Pham and they have two daughters.

We look forward to getting to know and working with Supervisor Do over the next three years. 

Welcome to Rossmoor Supervisor Do!

4 Responses

  1. I have never met Supervisor Foley but I was impressed by how much she paid attention to our needs and accomplished for Rossmoor in such a short time. This stands out in contrast to previous Supervisors over last 30 years. She will indeed be missed here, while she continues to serve her new district. She has set a high standard that I hope Supervisor Do will be able to maintain.

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