Members of the New Mexico Insurance Administration conduct Board Elections

Grant County Manager Charlene Webb

NMC News:

SANTA FE – At its annual meeting on January 17, the representatives of the New Mexico County (NMC) Insurance Authority (NMCIA) held elections for geographic directors.

Members elected Valencia County Commissioner and New Mexico District President Jonathan Aragon to represent Cibola, Los Alamos, McKinley, Rio Arriba, Taos, Torrance and Valencia Counties. This seat was previously held by Taos County Commissioner Jim Fambro who was named from elected office. Members re-elected Curry County Administrator and NMCIA Board Chair Lance Pyle in the Northeast and Roosevelt County Administrator Amber Hamilton in the Southeast. . Luna County Commissioner John Sweetser, representing the Southwest region lost his re-election bid to Grant County Administrator Charlene Webb. All directors will serve for two years.

“We welcome Jonathan Aragon and Charlene Webb to the board and look forward to working with them to serve New Mexico counties through the valuable services provided by this insurance pool,” said the Chairman. Board member Lance Pyle. “We also congratulate the Directors who have been re-elected to their positions, and thank the two members of our Board of Directors who have left, and wish them success in their service in the future in this state.”

NMCIA is a county insurance pool that provides coverage for workers’ compensation, property, liability, and law enforcement for member counties. The Board of Directors is responsible for protecting the assets of the Pool, ensuring affordable insurance for its members, and making informed decisions for the benefit of all members of the district. The Board of Directors is comprised of elected representatives of the district and employee representatives each is the four geographic districts, each Class A district, and one representative for each small, medium, and medium-high population district.

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