Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors are planning to finalize the process for hiring a facilitator for the newly created marijuana working group.
The group was organized by the Board of Supervisors to recommend a plan moving forward following the passage of Proposition 64, which legalizes marijuana for recreational use in California. The working group includes two county supervisors, a planning commissioner, a marijuana industry representative and a citizen at-large.
On the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting is approving a “Request for Proposals” from potential consultants that could serve as a facilitator. The item up for vote notes that prospective applications would need to be submitted by May 12 and a final selection is anticipated by June 6. The proposals must detail aspects like past experience, approach and rate.
It is among the items to be discussed at Tuesday’s session that will get underway at 9am in the Board of Supervisors meeting room in downtown Sonora.