Lunch with Special Guest San Bernardino County Supervisors
11:30 am Social • 12:00 pm Lunch
Redhill Country Club
8358 Red Hill Country Club Drive
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
ABOUT ROBERT A. LOVINGOOD, San Bernardino County 1st District Supervisor
Robert A. Lovingood was first elected in November 2012 to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, representing the First District.
With a career in business, Supervisor Lovingood has worked to bring greater accountability and a more business-friendly approach to County government. He has reached out to the local business community to hear – and then address – some of their most pressing issues. This has resulted in business roundtable recommendations that have helped streamline county operations and improved customer service levels. The Supervisor has advocated for results-based technical training that provides real-world skills that local employers need. The key to Supervisor Lovingood’s economic philosophy is that communities thrive when businesses create jobs and people have more money to spend in the local economy. When government interferes with higher taxes, fees and more regulations, the golden goose either dies or flies away.
Supervisor Lovingood has also focused on public safety and law enforcement. He has allocated discretionary funds for a series of summertime crime sweeps across the High Desert – crackdowns that otherwise would not have occurred. During his first term, he allocated funds to expand the Sheriff’s youth SHOCK program to troubled teenagers in every Victor Valley city. The highly effective boot-camp-style program targets the effects of gangs, drugs, teen pregnancy and other negative influences. The Supervisor also supported an innovative county ordinance banning “spice,” “bath salts” and other dangerous synthetic drugs that have resulted in deaths and hospitalizations around the High Desert.
When Supervisor Lovingood entered office, he was quickly approached by rural residents whose homes were being blighted by solar energy projects that had been approved with little review at the County level. The Board of Supervisors adopted a temporary solar moratorium and then passed an ordinance that set balanced guidelines for solar projects in unincorporated areas.
Having recently been appointed to serve a two year term as Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Lovingood offers valuable leadership and governance to our County while continuing to serve the residents of the First District. Supervisor Lovingood is also actively focused on the region’s transportation needs as current President of San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA).
ABOUT JANICE RUTHERFORD, San Bernardino County 2nd District Supervisor
Janice Rutherford was elected to serve as San Bernardino County’s Second District Supervisor in November 2010 after serving on the Fontana City Council for 10 years. She was selected to serve a two-year term as Chair of the Board of Supervisors in January 2013. She was re-elected as Second District Supervisor in 2014.
Supervisor Rutherford has led efforts to focus County resources on core public services, protect local businesses, create economic opportunities, and restore public trust in County Government.
She serves on the boards of the South Coast Air Quality Management District, San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, Inland Empire Economic Partnership, Local Agency Formation Commission, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Joint Conference Committee and Omnitrans.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science with highest honors from UC Riverside before attending Claremont Graduate University, where she earned a master’s degree in American politics.
Supervisor Rutherford lives in Rancho Cucamonga with her husband, Steve Lim, and their two boys, Ethan and Noah. The family enjoys camping, biking, canoeing, and hiking. Janice is also an avid reader and scrapbooker.
ABOUT CURT HAGMAN, San Bernardino County 4th District Supervisor
Curt Hagman was elected to serve San Bernardino County’s Fourth District in November of 2014. The Fourth District includes the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and the southern portion of Upland.
The Supervisor has an extensive resume of public service prior to his election to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. His experience began as a Parks & Recreation Commissioner in Chino Hills. In 2004, he was elected to the Chino Hills City Council, and served as Mayor in 2008.
Mr. Hagman was elected to the California Legislature in 2008 and was quickly selected as Assistant Republican Floor Leader by his peers. He served in the Assembly until 2014.
In January 2017, Supervisor Hagman was elected by his fellow Board of Supervisors to serve as Vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, he was elected as Chairman of the Transportation Committee for SCAG, and he was appointed by the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) as the National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) representative to the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC).
A highlight for the Supervisor had been his role in the successful transfer of returning Ontario International Airport to local control in 2016. As one of five commissioners on the OIAA, he presently serves as Chairman of the OIAA Ad Hoc International Trade Committee.
Along with supervisorial duties, Mr. Hagman also serves on the following boards and organizations: Governing Board Vice Chair of Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), which oversees the decisions and operations of the public health plan; OmniTrans; San Bernardino County Associated Governments (SANBAG); Commissioner of Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA); and is a member of the California State Military Reserves.
Supervisor Hagman earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology at UCLA. He and his wife Grace have two children; Jonathan, a student at UCLA, and Elizabeth, a student at Ayala High School. Mr. Hagman’s experience in local and state government, and as a small business owner, has provided him insight into the issues facing his constituency.
Members $40 | Non Members $45 | Table of 10 $400
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