Former Mohave County Supervisor Jim Zaborsky is interested in serving the county once again. The Bullhead City republican is the third prospective candidate running for County Recorder.
Zaborsky served one term as county supervisor through 2000, but returned to the private sector to devote more time to his mortgage and construction businesses. After ending his involvement in the mortgage industry in 2009, Zaborsky said he’ll soon be ready to retire from construction.
Zaborsky said his business involvements have made him very familiar with the document recording functions of the office, and that working as Recorder would provide him a new opportunity to work on behalf of the county and its citizens. He said he would not run for supervisor because incumbent Hildy Angius is representing the District very well.
Zaborksy’s current civic involvements include 15 years on the board of the Mohave County Airport Authority and more than six years on the local Fire District Board. He said he and his wife Louise were good friends with Carol Meier, the County Recorder who died February 4.
“Carol was just a really wonderful person,” Zaborsky said. “She was terrific.”
In addition to Zaborsky, Mohave County Voter Registration Supervisor Kim Stewart and Chief Deputy Recorder Kristi Blair are also in the race.