Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Governor Brown Appoints Three Attorneys to State Panels
By a MetNews Staff Writer
Governor Jerry Brown has announced the appointments of three California attorneys to state boards.
The first, Danville resident David O. Livingston, 47. has since last year been Sheriff Coroner of Contra Costa County. Livingston was appointed to the state Boating and Waterways Commission. Livingston, a former police officer and police chief in several California cities, earned a juris doctorate from University of San Francisco School of Law. His position requires Senate confirmation. He is registered as declines-to-state.
Chanee Franklin Minor, 35, an Oakland resident, has been appointed to the Fair Employment and Housing Commission. A staff attorney at Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board since 2011, Franklin Minor has specialized in Bay Area tenant law. She earned a juris doctorate from Cornell Law School. Her position also requires Senate confirmation. She is a Democrat.
Douglas Metz, 78, of Coronado, has been reappointed to the state Boating and Waterways Commission where he has served since 2006. Metz has been senior counsel to The King Law Group since 2007. Metz has a juris doctorate from Wayne State School of Law. His position requires Senate confirmation. He is a Republican.
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