Sonora, CA — With one supervisor missing, the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors will have a very light agenda today.
Fifth District Supervisor Dick Pland, along with his wife Audrey, are joining the Tuolumne County contingent traveling to Washington, D.C. to lobby Congress for a five year extension of the Secure Rural and Community Self Determination Act that would provide the county with $2.5 million on an anual basis for schools ($1 million), roads ($1 million) and the Resource Advisory Committee ($500,000).
On today´s agenda, Chair Mark Thornton will take a few moments at the outset of the meeting to honor those who lost their lives six years ago during the attacks on New York City, the Pentagon and those on board the plane that crashed in Shanksville, PA.
This morning at 10:30 there will be a presentation by the Tuolumne County Child Care Council coordinator on the Council´s five year work plan.
A half-an-hour later there is a scheduled update on the The Women´s Improvement Society of Tuolumne (TWIST) Tuolumne Community Clean Up event.
To access the Blue Mountain Minerals sponsored live audio stream of today´s meeting, click Board of Supervisors Meeting at 9am.
Written by Bill Johnson