Sonora, CA — When the Tuolumne County supervisors return from their 90 minute lunch break today at 1:30 they are scheduled to vote on delaying a decision on the Mountain Springs Community project for a period of two weeks.
According to Board Chair Dick Pland proponents and opponents of the project have requested that two week period in order to hopefully reach a compromise agreement on several issues.
Other items on today´s agenda: consideration of supporting a grant application to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy to fund the first level of engineering design for the preservation and restoration of Phoenix Lake, consideration of addressing California´s catastrophic wildfires and approving correspondence to the Air Resources Board concerning forest management practices, consideration of authorizing the submission of the HOME Investment Partnership Grant in the amountof $800,000 and consideration of supporting the preservation of Prop. 10, the California Children and Families First Act of 1998 and opposing any diversion or reprogramming of Prop. 10 funds.
At 9am click Supervisors Meeting for the entire Blue Mountain Minerals presentation.
Written by Bill Johnson