Tuolumne County hires new agricultural commissioner

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Sonora, Calif .– Kelle Schroeder has been hired as Tuolumne County’s new agricultural commissioner. She will replace Gary Stockel, who after a 4-year stint in the county, will retire on December 29, as reported here. Schroeder has 27 years of experience with 12 of those years with the office of the agricultural commissioner of Stanislaus. She is currently Deputy Commissioner for Agriculture.

Tuolumne County Administrator Craig Pedro shares: “Schroeder’s government and client credentials were very positive regarding his character, skills and ability to work with others. He also notes that Schroeder and her husband already own a second home in the Long Barn area. His first day of work, which is a four-year term, will be December 30, and his annual salary will be $ 104,499.

In addition to the duties of agricultural commissioner, she will also be responsible for air pollution control, director of animal control and sealer of weights and measures. His first day of work, which is a four-year term, will be December 30, and his annual salary will be $ 104,499.

  • Kelle Schroeder Tuolumne County's new agricultural commissioner, air pollution control officer, director of animal control and weights and measures sealer


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