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CA Senate confirms Gov. Brown’s reappointment of Lucy Dunn to California Transportation Commission

IRVINE, CA — Today Lucy Dunn, President and CEO, Orange County Business Council, was unanimously confirmed by the California Senate to serve a fourth term as Governor Jerry Brown’s appointee to the California Transportation Commission.  Dunn served as the commission’s chair in 2015; she brings experience to the position and advocates for increasing efficiency and investment in construction, management, and maintenance of the state’s infrastructure system.

“It is an incredible honor to serve as resource to the Governor, the Legislature and the people of California on this commission,” Dunn said. “I am thrilled to continue their good work to improve mobility throughout the state while meeting California’s environmental goals. I thank the Governor for this honor and the Senate for its vote.”

Dunn was first appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger in 2008, and by Governor Brown in 2012. During this time, the CTC has successfully allocated funding and implemented policies on the regional and statewide level to strengthen public-private partnerships, design-build projects, and expedite delivery of all modes of transportation to help create jobs and improve the state’s economy.

About OCBC:
Orange County Business Council is the leading voice of business in Orange County, California. OCBC represents and promotes the business community, working with government and academia, to enhance Orange County’s economic development and prosperity in order to preserve a high quality of life. OCBC serves member and investor businesses with nearly 250,000 employees and 2,000,000 worldwide. In providing a proactive forum for business and supporting organizations, OCBC helps assure the financial growth of America’s sixth largest county. For more information, visit www.ocbc.org
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Posted on January 30, 2017

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