Sonora, CA — South county residents were hoping for a general plan document from the county that would outline plans to stimulate the economy in Big Oak Flat and Groveland.
Instead they received a number of property regulations. And so by a unanimous vote the Southern Tuolumne County Planning Commission returned the document to staff seeking a redo.
This issue, including a public hearing, will be discussed at today´s Board of Supervisors meeting at 1:30.
In addition Community Development Department Director Bev Shane will conduct a first reading of anordinance amending the county´s ordinance code by adding a new chapter (9.24) to discourage the premature removal of native oak trees and to establish penalties, mitigation requirements and an enforcement procedure for the premature removal oak trees.
Today´s agenda will also include a hearing to consider termination of the franchise agreement for collection of solid waste in Collection Area Three with Burns Refuse Service, Inc.
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Written by Bill Johnson