San Andreas, CA — After a weeklong break, the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors are back at it again on Tuesday for their regular weekly meeting.
On the agenda is an item to declare June as Hunger Awareness Month. The HRC Food Bank says emergency food is served to 10,500 households every year in Calaveras County and that number is increasing. Children make up 40 percent of the people needing food.
Another item on the board´s agenda has to deal with a proposed road assessment for County Service Area 12, Golden Hills. The board will consider approving an engineer´s report and declare its intent to conduct ballot proceedings.
To complete the various road improvement projects, current assessments of $200 would go up to $245, assessments of $250 would go to $307 and assessments of $300 would go to $369.
If approved, a mail in ballot election would take place on July 17.
The board meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the county Government Center in San Andreas.
Written by Vanessa Turner.