longtime dairyman, school board member, community
volunteer and advocate for agriculture is among the
standout candidates emerging in the early race to
fill an open District 4 County Supervisor seat in
the 2016 election.
In an interview with the County Times to announce
his campaign, Lloyd Pareira, Jr. highlighted an honest
and professional approach to problem-solving, and
a sincere desire to advocate for district residents
and the county as a whole.
"A lot of times things happen in the course of
a process, and in that, oftentimes, you don’t
get change for the better,” the 52-year-old
Pareira said about government. “You have to
get involved, and work on making a difference. And
that’s what I do.”
There’s no doubt many people across the county
know Pareira, but interestingly, it might be for a
variety of respectable reasons — from his family’s
long history in the county, to his ag work and community
events, to his service to school children …
or maybe because of those curious, highly-visible
exotic animals on his ranch near Highway 59.