Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors will meet today for the final time this month.
Highlights of the meeting will include consideration of approving the appointment of Jim Mele as Sheriff-Coroner to complete the unexpired term of the retired Dick Rogers.
In the third of three 10:30am appointments, the Board is scheduled to revisit and possibly vote on modifying the regulations pertaining to wireless communication facilities. As discussed last week, this relaxation would free up approximately 42,000 acres in the county for potential cell phone tower construction.
In a 1:30pm appointment, the Board will consider the transfer of ownership of the state roads in Columbia State Historic Park to the state.
At 2:30pm the Board will receive an update on Yosemite National Park planning and management activities related to socioeconomic impacts.
Click HERE for the live audio stream of today´s meeting which starts promptly at 9am. The weekly presentation is brought to you by Blue Mountain Minerals.
Written by Bill Johnson