Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors Meetings
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The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors Meetings will be available when the Supervisors meetings are in session. Meetings are usually scheduled the first and third Tuesday of each month beginning at 9am. This is a raw, unedited and unfiltered video. There will be scheduled breaks from time to time during the videocast.
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Mother Lode Views
Welcome to Mother Lode Views. This is a weekly , 30 minute program created by the KVML news room discussing 'hot topics' in the Mother Lode. We've got the people that are "in the know" discussing topics that affect all our lives here in the Mother Lode. So listen in and hear it from the horse's mouth! We've also created an archive for you so if you've missed the last couple of editions, just click on the links below.
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Focus On Fire Prevention
Mother Lode Views focused on efforts that local groups are doing to reduce the risk of wildfires in the Mother Lode. Guests included Glenn Gotchall of the Highway 108 Fire Safe Council and Allen Johnson who is the coordinator of the Southwest Interface Team.
Ayala Talks About Chamber
Mother Lode Views featured the new CEO of the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce. Mike Ayala talked about his vision for the organization.
District Five Supervisor Rodefer
Mother Lode Views featured District Five Supervisor Karl Rodefer. Mother Lode Views is in a five-part series talking with the individual Supervisors. Next week will feature District Three Supervisor Evan Royce.
District Four Supervisor Gray
Mother Lode Views featured District Four Tuolumne County Supervisor John Gray. He spoke about development projects proposed for his district, and looked back on the Rim Fire.
District One Supervisor Brennan
Mother Lode Views focused on Tuolumne County Supervisorial District One. County Supervisor Sherri Brennan talked about the jail project, how ranchers were impacted by the Rim Fire, and the new county budget.
To listen to previous broadcasts, see the Mother Lode Views Archive.