Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors will open their June series of meetings today at 9am.
The supervisors are scheduled to award a $6 million contract to Sukut Construction for the Jamestown Landfill Closure Project.
The supervisors are also scheduled to consider approving the revised fiscal year ´08-´09 organizational structure, staffing levels, class specification and pay range, proposed budget and final recruitments for the Behavioral Health Department.
In addition the supervisors will consider recognizing three Behavioral Health grant revenues totaling $229,000. They will also recognize $7 million in revenues and increasing appropriations.
And the supervisors will consider approving registering with the Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council as a donee for the Kennedy Meadows Pilot Project.
At 9am click Supervisors Meeting for the live audio stream brought to you by Blue Mountain Minerals.
Written by Bill Johnson