San Diego County Grand Jury Members
|Baskin, Alan||1||Coronado||Certified Public Accountant|
|Gleason, Michael||3||San Diego||Retired-TV News Writer/Producer|
|Kruszona, Raymond||3||San Diego||Retired-Facilities Manager|
|Kupras, Todd||2||La Mesa||Retired-Educator|
|Landis, Jacquelyn||4||San Diego||Retired-Writer/Editor|
|Latimer, Linda||5||Vista||Retired-Law Enforcement|
|Nagaran, Michael||3||San Diego||Retired-Educator|
|Patterson, Conrad||4||San Diego||Retired-Director of Facilities & Real Estate|
|Sanders, Barri||4||San Diego||Professor and Mediator|
|Smestad, Gloria||1||Chula Vista||Homemaker|
|Steele, Gilby||1||Imperial Beach||Retired-Police Dispatcher|
|Taix, Ernest||5||Vista||TV News Producer/Director|
|Taylor, Brian||4||San Diego||Retired-U.S.N.|
|Troyer, Thomas||2||Poway||Retired-Chemical Engineer|
|Vildibill, Alvin||2||El Cajon||Retired-Electrical Engineer|
|Westlake, William||3||Escondido||Retired-Marketing Executive|
|Worthington, Barry||1||San Diego||Psychologist|
Foreman: Alan I. Baskin
Coronado resident Alan I. Baskin will serve as chairperson of the 2016/2017 San Diego County Grand Jury. Baskin, 69, and eighteen other Grand Jurors officially began their Grand Jury service on Wednesday, July 13, 2016.
Baskin is a Certified Public Accountant based in Poway. “ I want to use my skills and experience to give back to the County I have been a part of for the past 41years,” says Baskin, who wants to use the Chairperson position to support and enable Grand Jury members to perform at the highest level possible.
The California Constitution mandates a County Grand Jury that provides for a group of 19 citizens of the County to be brought together and to dedicate a year of full-time “watchdog” service looking into the workings of local government.
Baskin hopes others will join his co-jurors and him by applying for future spots on the County Grand Jury, “I would say they should be open-minded, energetic and willing to work. They need to be able to interact with a diverse group of individuals who are focusing on reviewing governmental and agency operations for the benefit of our county.”