CASTROVILLE, Calif. -

After 33 years in public service, Supervisor Lou Calcagno is calling it quits. He began his career in public service on the planning commission before spending 13 years as a county supervisor.

In his first term, he served the 3rd district and worked to establish a bus route from Salinas to south Santa Cruz County.

In 2000, due to redistricting, he was elected to represent the 2nd district. Calcagno believes his biggest accomplishments in that district were improvements to the transportation system in North Monterey County, building the Pajaro Park and the Andy Ausonio Library in Castroville.

Calcagno said that he will finish out this term but he will not seek re-election.