Sonora, CA — The highlights of the Tuolumne County Supervisors meeting tomorrow will include authorizing the sale of property to Tuolumne County Transit Agency for a transit center. Details about the plans for a new $250,000 transit center site are here.
The Board will also vote Tuesday whether to extend the local State of Emergency again, due to the drought, and declare a new State of Emergency due to the “actual and perceived threat of wildfires” in California. Details from the last supervisor’s meeting about the state of emergency declarations are in the news story “Drought Emergency Extended.”
The board will discuss a letter that will be sent to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation about the County’s commitment to build the Mother Lode Regional Juvenile Detention Facility. Details about funding and plans are in the news story “Firm Hired For Detention Facility” here.
Near the end of its schedule agenda items the board will discus the Jamestown Sidewalks Project. The board had asked for bids in July but, due to revisions to the plans, they will ask for new bids for the project due by October 23rd. The County has secured an estimated $910K state grant to pay for the sidewalk improvements, including a Walk Of Fame that would start in Rocca Park, travel to Seco Street, to 9th Avenue, to 5th Avenue (Railtown 1897). Details on the project are here.
The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors meets on September 16th at 9:00am at 2 S. Green St in Sonora. You can view live video of the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors meeting by clicking here. The live streaming video is provided courtesy of Tuolumne County and is proudly presented by Blue Mountain Minerals, a Mother Lode business and employment leader supporting our community.