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Riverside County's executive officer stepping down

September 22, 2011 | 12:09 pm

Riverside County Executive Officer Bill Luna is resigning his position as the top county administrator effective Oct. 4, county officials announced Thursday.

Luna notified the County Board of Supervisors of his resignation on Sept. 15, and it was officially accepted Thursday. No reason was given for his decision.

Former Executive Officer Larry Parrish will serve as the interim chief executive until a successor is found.
Luna took over for Parrish in 2008, helping guide the county with its $4.7-billion budget through a recession that has been especially harsh in the Inland Empire.

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