Nevada County clerk-recorder candidate to hold fundraiser in Grass Valley
Greg Diaz, 58, is running to retain his post as the clerk-recorder and county election official. He was appointed to the position in June 2007 by the Board of Supervisors.
Nevada County Clerk-Recorder and Elections Officer Gregory Diaz will hold a fund-raising event on Thursday, Jan. 28, at Kane’s restaurant in downtown Grass Valley.
Diaz, 58, is running to retain his post as the clerk-recorder and county election official. He was appointed to the position in June 2007. He was defeated in his first bid for the office by Kathleen Smith, who would later resign from the position.
The fund-raising event will go from 6 to 8 p.m. at 128 E. Main Street. For more information, call 530-265-9303.
Before moving to Nevada County, Diaz served as the clerk-recorder for the city and county of San Francisco for eight years. He also spent four years as an executive officer of the County Recorders’ Association of California.
Diaz and his wife, Katherine, became Nevada County property owners in 1996 and became full-time residents in 2003. They live in the south county with their two daughters on a 10-acre Alpaca ranch.