Sonora, CA — Fifth District Supervisor Dick Pland closed out a five part Mother Lode Views series with the Tuolumne County supervisors Sunday morning.
Pland commented on the tremendous success of the Five Year Strategic Plan public meetings, the on-line survey and the need for more public meetings with the supervisors.
Despite the continued downturn in the economy Pland highlighted a number of positive economic growth factors in the community including the Lowe’s Home Improvement Center on Old Wards Ferry Rd., the MRL expansion and the arrival of Kohl’s.
He also touched on the County budget and the difficulty of dealing with the state’s budget deficit each year when it comes to local programs traditionally funded by the state.
Pland also discussed the proposed Law and Justice Center commenting that the campus with a new courthouse, juvenile detention facility, jail/administration center, District Attorney’s office and a building for the CHP is so desperately needed for the county.
Mother Lode Views can be heard Sunday at 8am on KKBN, 8:30 on AM-1450 KVML and nine o’clock on STAR 92.7.
Sunday at 9:45am you can listen to the current weekend show on myMotherLode.com in the Multimedia Audio section, keyword: mlviews. Other archived shows are also available at that same address.
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