Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is the five-member nonpartisan governing board of Los Angeles County, California. Members of the board of supervisors are elected by district. They were as of December 2, 2008:

  • District 1: Gloria Molina
  • District 2: Mark Ridley-Thomas
  • District 3: Zev Yaroslavsky
  • District 4: Don Knabe
  • District 5: Michael D. Antonovich

Read more about Los Angeles County Board Of SupervisorsGovernance, Board Meetings, Background, Term Limits, Former Supervisors (before 1850 & 1850-1851), Former Supervisors (1852-1861), Former Supervisors (1862-1871), Former Supervisors (1872-1882), Former Supervisors (1883-1884), Former Supervisors (1885-present)

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