A 10-page agenda with 842 pages of backup material await the Plumas County Board of Supervisors for the June 6 meeting. The board’s last meeting was the third week in May, (the board typically meets the first three Wednesdays of each month), which means that the first meeting of the new month is busy. But this agenda is packed more than usual.
There are some important items to be considered including the new camping ordinance, as well as proposed rate hikes at the county’s solid waste transfer stations.
The board will hear reports from the Dixie Fire Collaborative and the Forest Service.
Supervisors are expected to authorize the filling of six vacant positions, and then accept the resignation of County Counsel Gretchen Stuhr and the retirement of Public Health Director Dana Loomis.
There is also the approval of nearly $1.75 million in agreements with the Behavioral Health Department and various outside agencies to address mental health issues. (This money comes from sources other than the county’s general fund.)
These are some of the highlights of the board’s agenda. The meeting gets underway at 10 a.m. in the board’s chamber on the third floor of the courthouse. The meetings are also livestreamed through the county website or available via zoom. A copy of the agenda is also available online.