San Juan County Treasurer Rhonda Pederson sent in this announcement: I am honored to have served as San Juan County Treasurer since January 2015, and announce that I am running for re-election. I am proud of my department’s high level of integrity, commitment and service to the citizens of San Juan County, especially during the unprecedented challenges presented by Covid-19.
During my tenure, my team has assisted me in implementation of systems to improve efficiency, compliance with new legislation/mandates, streamlining services to the public and working closely with tax payers facing foreclosure.
I look forward to continuing to serve as your Treasurer and remain committed to meeting the needs of our citizens and the challenges of the future with competence, efficiency and ongoing growth and development.
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