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Introducing Yavapai County's New Fleet Director & Emergency Manager Featured

David McAtee January 24, 2022 127

Yavapai County Has a New Fleet Director and Emergency Manager 

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  • On January 19, the Yavapai Board of Supervisors voted to approve the appointments of Gilberto Rivera and Brian Hunt
  • Gil will be in the Yavapai County Fleet Director position
  • Brian is a retired Yavapai County Sheriff. 
  • Brian will be leading the Yavapai County Emergency Manager
  • Read more…

 

Gilberto Rivera and Brian Hunt accept new positions

At the regular Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting held on January 19, 2022, the Board unanimously approved the appointment of Gilberto Rivera to the Yavapai County Fleet Director position.  Gil has been with Yavapai County since August 2018 in the Solid Waste Division of the Public Works Department.  Gil came to Yavapai County from the United States Marine Corps where he spent 29 years and four months as a Mechanic, Maintenance Control Chief, and finally a Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge.    

“I am excited for the opportunity to serve the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and I am looking forward to providing support to all Yavapai County employees and elected officials with courtesy and professionalism.”  

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On December 12, of 2021, Brian Hunt assumed the Yavapai County Emergency Manager position.  Brian spent over 20 years in the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.  When Brian retired from the Sheriff’s Office last July, he was a Captain and the Commander of the Administrative Services Division.  Brian was born and raised in Arizona and is a graduate of Yavapai College.  

Brian states, “I am honored to lead a group of dedicated professionals in our efforts to grow community resiliency and enhance public safety capabilities through coordination. Yavapai County is a great place to live and has a proud history of community involvement and support of first responders. I look forward to continuing my career of public service in this new role.”   

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