Sonora, CA — Leaders in Tuolumne County will meet Friday to talk about planning for the future, revenue and what comes next at the law and justice center campus.
A special board of supervisors meeting has been scheduled for 9am inside the Black Oak Casino Executive Board Room. It will be a chance for the supervisors to brainstorm and float different ideas.
Assistant County Administrator Eric Erhardt says, “We’ll be taking a look at what our revenues are doing and what options are out there for us. For our office, it is really a chance to get direction from the board on what options they would like to explore.”
Related to the law and justice center campus, construction is well underway on the new jail and courthouse facilities. On the surrounding property, the county has long talked about the idea of having partner buildings for agencies like the Sheriff’s Office and District Attorney. In addition, the county has discussed things like office space for local attorneys. Those topics are expected to be discussed at the meeting.
Erhardt adds, “These are long-term projects that take time, and we want to start pre-planning and seeing what options are out ahead of us.”
Friday’s special meeting is open to the public. The Black Oak Casino Executive Board Room is located on the fourth floor at 19398 Tuolumne Road North. At the end of the regular session, the board will also break into closed session to further discuss the planned hiring of an Interim Economic Development Director.