Coconino County District Two Supervisor Liz Archuleta has resigned from the Board of Supervisors after she was appointed to a position with the Biden-Harris Administration. She announced her resignation Tuesday night. Archuleta said in a statement: “I am very honored to take this next step in public service. Serving the people of Coconino County has been a treasure. As I leave the Board of Supervisors, my heart will always remain with the community I call home and which has been so good to me.” Archuleta has served 24 years as a member of the Coconino County Board of Supervisors with numerous leadership positions on the County Supervisors Association of Arizona, the Arizona Association of Counties, the National Association of Counties, and the National Association of Latino Elected Officials. The Coconino County Board of Supervisors will appoint a replacement for the District Two Supervisor seat.