District IV Navajo County Supervisor David Tenney has been named by Governor Doug Ducey as director of the Arizona Residential Utility Consumer Office (RUCO).
“David Tenney has an active and extensive career representing Arizonans,” said Governor Ducey. “… I’m confident he will continue to represent and protect the interests of those he serves, and I’m proud to welcome him to our administration.”
Tenney was elected in 2004 to serve on the Board of Supervisors, representing Show Low, Taylor, Linden, Pinedale, Clay Springs and Heber/Overgaard. He was president of the County Supervisors Association of Arizona in 2012 and is the 2015 chairman of the Board of Supervisors.
In addition, he has served on a number of local, state and national committees, including the Natural Resources Working Group, the Navajo County Regional Development Council, the Silver Creek Watershed Alliance Board, the County Supervisors Association Legislative Policy Committee, Eastern Arizona Counties Organization, Environmental Economic Communities Organization and the Four Forest Restoration Initiative Steering Committee.
Tenney attended Brigham Young University. He is an Arizona native and a lifelong resident of Navajo County.
His appointment as director of RUCO is effective Feb. 16.