Bo Mazzetti and Stephanie Spencer have been re-elected to lead the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians as chairman and vice chairman (respectively) of the Tribal Council. The election was held December 13, 2014.
Alfonso Kolb Sr. was elected to the council, replacing council member Frank Mazzetti Jr. Chairman Mazzetti and Vice Chairwoman Spencer are beginning their third consecutive terms as chairman and vice chairman of the council.
The five-member council is elected on a rotating basis with the officers and one council position voted on every two years, and two additional council positions in the off years.
The 2015-2016 Rincon Tribal Council consists of Chairman Mazzetti, Vice Chairwoman Spencer, Council Member Kolb, and Council Members Steve Stallings and Laurie G. Gonzalez.
In addition to serving as the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the government, the tribal council is the board of directors for tribal enterprises, including, Harrah’s Resort Southern California, one of the premier resorts in San Diego County.
The Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians occupies a 6,000-acre reservation in Valley Center, CA, and has a tribal population of 500 plus enrolled members.