SANTA FE — At its annual assembly Jan. 17, the New Mexico County (NMC) Insurance coverage Authority (NMCIA) membership carried out elections for 4 geographic district administrators.
Members elected Valencia County Commissioner and New Mexico Counties President Jhonathan Aragon to the Northwest district representing Cibola, Los Alamos, McKinley, Rio Arriba, Taos, Torrance and Valencia Counties. This seat was beforehand held by Taos County Commissioner Jim Fambro who termed out of elected workplace. Members re-elected Curry County Supervisor and NMCIA Board Chair Lance Pyle to the Northeast district and Roosevelt County Supervisor Amber Hamilton to the Southeast district. Luna County Commissioner John Sweetser, representing the Southwest district misplaced his re-election bid to Grant County Supervisor Charlene Webb. All administrators will serve a two-year time period.
“We welcome Jhonathan Aragon and Charlene Webb to the board and look ahead to working with them to serve New Mexico counties via the vital providers offered by this self-insurance pool,” Board Chair Lance Pyle stated. “We additionally congratulate the administrators who have been re-elected to their positions and thank our two departing board members, wishing them each nicely of their future service to this state.”
NMCIA is a county insurance coverage pool that gives protection for employees’ compensation, property, legal responsibility, and legislation enforcement for member counties. The Board of Administrators is liable for defending the property of the Pool, approving reasonably priced insurance coverage coverages for its members, and making good selections in the very best curiosity of all county members. The Board is comprised of county elected officers and staff representing every of the 4 geographical districts, every Class A county, and a consultant for every small, mid-level, and mid-level-high inhabitants county.