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San Mateo County controller retires

Position open for election in June

Bob Adler, San Mateo County's controller -- i.e. the person in charge of financial audits, accounts and reports -- plans to retire when his term ends on Jan. 3, 2015.

A certified public accountant, Mr. Adler started working for the county nearly 20 years ago and was appointed as controller in 2012. His announcement leaves the position open for candidates in this year's upcoming election in June.

Sandy Brundage

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