Plumas County Special Districts Association offers Brown Act, harassment training

The Plumas County Special Districts Association announced it has scheduled its bi-annual Brown Act and Harassment Training to meet state law requirements for the 58 special district’s 300 directors within the county.

The Special Districts Association is an organization that was formed so that every special district in Plumas County would have the opportunity to interact and share resources, information and training opportunities with other districts.Its members include volunteers from fire protection districts, cemetery districts, water, and sewer districts, recreation districts, hospitals and utility districts.

This year’s trainers are attorneys Joshua Nelson and Andrew Morris from Best, Best, Krieger Law Firm from Sacramento. Each year Nelson and Morris volunteer to train Plumas County directors to meet the required two courses for board training.

The training will be held at the Mineral Building at the Fairgrounds in Quincy on Wednesday, Aug. 21, from noon to 5 p.m. The training will include a complimentary lunch prepared by Lena’s Cantina in Portola.

To reserve a seat, call Special Districts Association Training Coordinator Mimi Garner at 775-229-3140 or email [email protected]