Welcome to RickFarinelli.com

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I am Rick Farinelli, Supervisor for Madera County's 3rd District. I am passionate about Madera. I am dedicated to fiscally responsible county government, effective programs for our community, and a better future for our kids through good education, safe streets, and high-value jobs.

This site is a resource not only for third district residents, but for anyone interested in learning more about local events and news, as well as updates from my office and the Madera County Board of Supervisors.

You can also sign up for "From Rick's Desk" - my personal newsletter that keeps you up to date with what is going on in Madera. You'll find articles, alerts, and other important information so that you can keep your finger on the pulse of what's going on in your county government.

Not sure where to start? Check out the calendar, and see if there is an event you may want to participate in! Or read some of my past newsletters which you can browse below.



Latest updates from RickFarinelli.com:


Dear Friend, In this edition of my newsletter, the last for 2015, I wanted to again tell you how thankful I am for the many blessings in my life: my wonderful family, life in the freest and most prosperous nation in history, a community I am proud of, and the...
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Dear Friend, I wanted to extend a very personal "Happy Thanksgiving" to you and your family this holiday. Looking back over the year, even with many of the struggles and challenges in our community, there are many things to be grateful for: Great progress is happening in Madera County's goal...
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Important news from around the valley:


Originally printed in the 1/9/16 edition of the Madera Tribune. By Rick FarinelliMadera County District 3 Supervisor The year 2015 was momentous in the history of Madera County. There were many events and milestones — good and bad — which forever changed the future of our community. Our county has...
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Originally printed in the Madera Tribune County Supervisor Rick Farinelli, above left, was chosen Tuesday to chair the Board of Supervisors, a post he will hold through the end of this year.
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