Former Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis Appointed to State Committee by Gov. Jerry Brown

Davis, speaking at the Wilton Rancheria's February announcement
of their proposed $400 million casino resort, has received an
appointment by Gov. Jerry Brown. | 
July 11, 2017 |

After leaving elected office last December so that he could spend more time with his family, former Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis is wading back into the waters of government and politics.

Davis, who served for 10 years on the Elk Grove City Council, four of them as Mayor, has received an appointment by Gov. Jerry Brown. In a press release issued by the Brown administration, it was announced that Davis has been appointed to the Private Investigator Disciplinary Review Committee.

According to their website, "The DRC was established for the purpose of considering appeals from private investigator applicants and licensees of the Bureau’s denials, suspensions and revocations as well as the assessment of administrative fines. The DRC consists of five members appointed by the Governor with three members actively engaged in the business of a licensed private investigator (professional member) and two members from the general public (public member). The DRC becomes operative July 1, 2017." 

In addition to serving on the Elk Grove City Council, Davis, 43, of Elk Grove, has been a director at the California Charter Schools Association since 2013. The DRC is part of the Department of Consumers Affairs and the position does not require Senate confirmation with a compensation of $100 per diem. 

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D.J. Blutarsky said...

Chuckie must be proud of his boy!

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