The Honorable Marco A Tony Reyes is the Chairman of the Yuma County Board of Supervisors. He lives in San Luis AZ. where he attended the Gadsden Elementary School, Kofa High School in Yuma and has received multiple Certificates from among others; the ALETA Police Academy for AZ Police Officer Certification, UTI Universal Training Institute for A/C Solar Heating Technician certification, Arizona Advanced Real Estate Institute for AZ Real Estate license, Arizona State University, Tempe, for Non Profit Management Certification, the BOA Development Leadership Institute and multiple Community and Economic Development courses.
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He served as Vice Mayor of San Luis AZ for 2 years and as Mayor for 10 years and has been the Executive Director of Comite De Bien Estar, a Community Development Non-Profit Organization focused on Housing and quality of life issues in South Yuma County for the last 35 years. Mr. Reyes was elected to the Yuma County Board of Supervisors in a special election November 1998 and has been reelected every election cycle since then . He served as the Board Chairman for the first time in 2001 and has also served multiple times as its Vice Chairman. Mr Reyes represents District 4 , a district that includes the Cities of San Luis and Gadsden AZ and limited incorporated areas of the City of Somerton, AZ, it also includes both the East and West Native American Cocopah Nation Reservations and a large portion of unincorporated areas, that includes the US Mexico Border and the Colorado river boundaries between Arizona and California. Mr. Reyes has served on many Boards and committees and is currently a member of the County Supervisors Association (CSA)the National Association of Counties (NACO) the Western Arizona Council of Governments( WACOG) Executive Board, the Tri-County Economic Development Board , The Greater Yuma Port Authority (GYPO), the Arizona Border Counties Coalition (ABCC) etc. and a former member of The National Hispanic Elected Local Officials, the National League of Cities and Towns, The American Council of Young Political Leaders and the Yuma County Planning and Zoning Commission among others.