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County assessor won't be seeking re-election.

Byline: Daily News

Los Angeles County Assessor Rick Auerbach has scheduled a news conference today to announce he will not seek re-election to the post, his campaign aides said.

Auerbach, a former deputy assessor, was first appointed assessor in 2000. He won election to the post that year and in successive elections, with little opposition.

The county assessor is the largest such office in the nation, with responsibility for 2.3 million parcels. As assessor, Auerbach was paid $180,134 a year.

There was no immediate reason given by Auerbach or his aides as to the decision.
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Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
Date:Jan 14, 2010
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