Juramentaciones / Swearing-in Osceola County

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After six years on the School Board, Ricky Booth stood outside the Historic Osceola County Courthouse and took the oath

Booth juramenta como Comisionado del Condado del Distrito 5

Condado Osceola, FL – Después de seis años en la Junta Escolar, Ricky Booth se paró fuera de la Corte Histórica del Condado Osceola, donde su bisabuelo fue Comisionado del Condado, y fue juramentado para el Distrito 5, el martes.
“Es una lección de humildad ser elegido para representar a mis vecinos. Creo en el servicio y creo que hay un plan para todos cuando nos llaman,” dijo Booth. “Haré todo lo posible para guiar a nuestra comunidad hacia un futuro próspero y saludable durante los próximos cuatro años.”
Booth es un residente de quinta generación del Condado Osceola, que continúa la tradición de su familia pionera en la ganadería. Durante su carrera en la producción de ganado de carne, ha sido nombrado dos veces Líder de Ganaderos y Ganadero del Año del Condado Osceola, y ha servido como asesor de investigación de ganado para el USDA y la Universidad de Florida.
Booth fue juramentado por su pastor Jim Book de Kissimmee Christian Church.
Su esposa, Erika y sus tres hijos Nellie, Natalie y Thomas participaron en la ceremonia. Entre los numerosos miembros de su familia estaban sus padres, educadores de toda la vida, Tom y Martha Booth.
Tres asientos de la Junta de Comisionados del Condado Osceola fueron decididos en la elección de este año.


His wife, Erika and his three children Nellie, Natalie, and Thomas participated in the ceremony

Booth takes oath of office for District 5 County Commission Seat

After six years on the School Board, Ricky Booth stood outside the Historic Osceola County Courthouse where his great-grandfather was a County Commissioner and took the oath of office for the District 5 seat on Tuesday.
“It is humbling to be elected to represent my neighbors. I believe in service and I believe there is a plan for all of us when we are called,” said Booth. “I will do my best to guide our community toward a prosperous and healthy future over the next four years.”
Booth is a 5th generation resident of Osceola County, who continues the tradition of his pioneer cattle ranching family. During his career in beef cattle production, he has twice been named Osceola County Cattlemen’s Leader and Rancher of the Year, has served as a cattle research advisor for the USDA and the University of Florida.
Booth was sworn in by his pastor at Kissimmee Christian Church, Jim Book.
His wife, Erika and his three children Nellie, Natalie, and Thomas participated in the ceremony. Among the numerous members of his family were his parents, longtime educators Tom and Martha Booth.
Three Osceola Board of County Commission seats were decided in this year’s election.
Commissioners Peggy Choudhry and Brandon Arrington were re-elected.
Choudhry is beginning her second term representing District 1.
Arrington’s re-election marks a rare milestone. It is the 4th time he will serve District 3 as a County Commissioner.
The Board of County Commissioners is scheduled to select a new chair and vice chair on December 7, 2020.

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