Sonora, CA — A lengthy agenda will face the Tuolumne County Supervisors on Tuesday.
The Board will continue a public hearing on 2014-15 budget, and talk about strategies for making it balanced. The Board will also vote whether to continue the local State of Emergency due to the drought.
In other business, the Board will vote on matters related to the agreement in place between the county and CAL Fire related to providing fire services to the Groveland Community Services District.
The Supervisors will also decide whether to send a letter to the U.S. Forest Service calling for timely and creative solutions when it comes to reintroducing grazing on allotments impacted by the Rim Fire.
Tuesday’s meeting starts at 9am.