By CBS13 Staff

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — The Placer County Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting Friday on county CEO Todd Leopold, who was placed on administrative leave after acknowledging he was the driver who struck and killed a Natomas high school student in Rocklin.

According to the county’s agenda, the board will hold a closed session to evaluate Leopold’s performance and discuss discipline or dismissal.

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Leopold was placed on paid leave, effective May 27. Jane Christenson is serving as Acting Placer County CEO.

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On May 12, the Rocklin Police Department closed the investigation into the collision and said no charges would be filed against the driver in the March 19 collision.

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Leopold made headlines after he acknowledged the next day that he was the driver who fatally struck 18-year-old Anthony Williams near Lonetree Boulevard and Adams Drive.