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Deputy auditor to join school district

Flanked by county councilmen Rick Hughes, left, and Bob Jarman, right, deputy auditor Jose Domenech is joining SJI School District as district business manager.   - Contributed  photo / SJC
Flanked by county councilmen Rick Hughes, left, and Bob Jarman, right, deputy auditor Jose Domenech is joining SJI School District as district business manager.
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After 11 years with San Juan County, Chief Deputy County Auditor José Domenech announced that he has accepted the position of Business Manager for the Friday Harbor School District.

In 1999, Domenech brought a degree in Business Administration and a background ranging from café manager to supply corps officer in the U.S. Navy to San Juan County. After managing a bed and breakfast on San Juan Island, he was hired by the County Prosecutor as temporary law and justice assistant in 2002, then began work in the Auditor’s office the following year. He was named Chief Deputy County Auditor and Accounting Supervisor in 2007.

The San Juan County Council formally thanked Domenech for his service at its Monday, Oct. 14 session. After Auditor Milene Henley praised his work and told the Council he will be difficult to replace, Council Member Bob Jarman jokingly told Domenech, “We’ll leave the door open for you, in case you want to come back.”

 

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