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County Vacancies By The Numbers

Posted by Former Blogger Chris Emami on February 8, 2013

I thought that it would be good to update our readers on what is going on with the 3 vacancies that the OC Board of Supervisors will be looking to fill. A couple of days ago I made a media inquiry with the county into the status of filling all 3 vacancies (specifically OC Clerk-Recorder).

Due to the fact that this is a personnel issue names cannot be released as to who has officially applied for the vacancies but our readers are free to speculate in the comment section. The next best thing is giving an update on the vacancies by the numbers.

    Orange County Clerk Recorder

893- The total number of people that applied for the position.

496- People who were deemed unqualified for the position.

236- Applications that were incomplete thus disqualifying the applicant.

161- Number of applicants that were deemed qualified and turned in completed applications.

102- Number of applicants that made it to the final cut after a final check was made that showed a few individuals that didn’t live in OC or were not registered to vote.

2- The names that each OC Supervisor can submit for an interview from the list of 102.

26- the day in February when that list will be decided by the OC Board of Supervisors.

    Orange County Public Administrator

80- Number of people that applied for the position.

    Orange County Auditor-Controller

30- Number of people that applied for the position.

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