Supervisors Discuss Behavioral Health Money, Child Welfare Services
The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors meets again this morning after a couple of weeks off.
On today´s agenda, the Board will be recognizing over 75-thousand dollars in unanticipated revenue from the state of California. The money will be appropriated to the Behavioral Health Department, if four of the five supervisors approve.
Also, information on the prevention of child abuse in Tuolumne County will be presented, and this afternoon, the practices and procedures of Child Welfare Services will be reviewed by the board.
Today´s meeting is on the fourth floor of the Tuolumne County Adminstration Center.