Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors will vote whether to continue a local “State of Emergency,” and take part in a ribbon cutting ceremony.
This morning the Board will vote whether to continue the State of Emergency Declaration related to the drought. The Board will also break into closed session to talk about matters related to the Law and Justice Center property, as well as the Jamestown Mine.
This afternoon the Supervisors will formally convene at the former TGH facility for a 12:15pm ribbon cutting for the new Innovation Lab.
At 1:30pm, the Board will convene back at the Supervisors meeting room for a public hearing to find a solution related to hazardous waste being dumped on a vacant property in Jamestown.
Today’s meeting starts at 9am.