As one of his last acts in office, Governor Schwarzenegger announced a slew of appointments to various commissions and boards.  Among the appointments was a new member to PERB.  Here’s the announcement:

Kari Miner, 47, of Sacramento, has been appointed to the Public Employment Relations Board. Since 2003, she has been an independent consultant to small businesses focusing on image and efficiency. Prior to that, Miner was a statewide development and programs officer at the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs from 1996 to 2002. Previously, she was a paralegal for the law firm Burger and Plavan from 1993 to 1996. This position requires Senate confirmation and the salary is $128,109. Miner is a Republican.

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