Short Shot: Board Notes
The Sierra County Board of Supervisors met in continued regular session; all the Supes were there.
Here are the main events distilled down to what this editor cared about:
We have a preliminary budget.
Health and Human Services gets key staff, which, according to speakers from the community, they need.
The county won’t be using grant money to buy two sided electronic signs to warn of emergencies and other events of community interest.
The Auditor’s computer program needs to be updated, and will be, to the tune of $80,000.
From the Record:
The Board met in closed session from 1:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. County Counsel noted that with regards to labor negotiations the Board was briefed on ongoing negotiations; with regards to the Golden Sierra Job Training Agency lawsuit, the County has received a ruling that should result in the dismissal of the suit; with regards to the Original Sixteen to One Mine, Inc. and the High Sierra Rural Alliance litigations against the County, both have been discussed with the Board and staff has been instructed accordingly in defense of those matters; and with regards to Joe Arata, the Board has discussed the threat of litigation and took no action.
That is all, except for the Independence Lake story, page link.