James C. Frost, Rancho Cucamonga city treasurer incumbent

My career as an accounting professional began when I was promoted to the position of Chief Accountant for the Chaffey Community College District after having served as an Air Force Staff Sergeant in Viet Nam and earning my B.S.B.A. from Cal Poly, Pomona. This Experience includes over 34 years of accounting and finance work in both private and public sectors.
I’ve been active with the City of Rancho Cucamonga, serving as its first mayor in 1977, and continued as a council member until being elected City Treasurer in 1984. These (part-time) elected positions have been supported by knowledge and experience gained throughout my professional career.
The Frost family history of community service dates back to 1882 when my great grandparents moved from Canada to work with the Chaffey Brothers in Etiwanda. George Frost attended the laying of the Chaffey College cornerstone 125 years ago. The Frosts are one of the founding families of what later became Rancho Cucamonga. My father, grand-father, and great grand-father each served on the Etiwanda School Board during a span of over seventy years. Grandpa Frost was Etiwanda’s first scout leader, and received the Silver Beaver award for dedication and service.
Following in my family’s footsteps… IS NOT ABOUT PERSONAL AMBITION, IT’S ABOUT ROOTS.
It is an honor and a privilege to serve as City Treasurer working for you, and with the professional finance and administrative teams within the City. Our accomplishments in providing financially stable services for the public are many, but by their nature often take place behind the scenes: presenting balanced budgets year after year, improving banking services while reducing costs, implementing broker/dealer certification procedures, and re-evaluating investment custody services are but a few of our recent accomplishments. Following our internal Treasury Department policy, we continue to place temporary idle cash in prudent investments which are even more conservative than State law.
I appreciate your desire to become better informed of your candidate’s qualifications and experience, and would be honored to discuss my professional and civic activities with you. You can reach me directly at rancho–cucamonga–treasurer@hotmail.com, and my wife Gwyn and I are listed in the phone book. Please e-mail me, or give me a call.

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