Sjoberg named new Nevada County assistant clerk-recorder
January 20, 2014
Nevada County Chief Executive Officer Rick Haffey announced Friday that Sandra Sjoberg has been promoted to assistant clerk-recorder for the county of Nevada.
Sjoberg brings an extremely strong background for this position, having spent eight years working in the Nevada County Clerk-Recorder Department and six years working in Nevada County Elections, Haffey said.
Sjoberg will be responsible for the management of day-to-day operations for Elections and the county Clerk-Recorder departments. She will also be engaged in strategies to facilitate compliance with statutory duties for the Clerk-Recorder and Elections departments.
In other county news
The Nevada County Building Department has completed a brochure with its policy on Senate Bill 407, water efficient plumbing fixture replacement requirements. The brochure provides information on how the department will be enforcing the requirements. Essentially, the department will only be requiring customers to replace their non-efficient plumbing fixtures if the permit that is obtained affects plumbing fixtures in the area of alteration.
Plumbing fixture upgrades will not be required for re-roofs, solar, siding, windows and all other permits where plumbing fixtures are not affected or involved in the permit. Since December, the Building Department has been working with the Nevada County Contractors' Association to help educate the contractors, design professionals and homeowners regarding their policy and the new senate bill. If you have any questions or would like more information regarding the new and updated material, contact the Building Department at 530-265-1222 or visit http://mynevadacounty.com.
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