The County Board of Supervisors will only meet three times a month as opposed to the old schedule of four a month, eliminating nine meetings throughout the course of the year and potentially saving the county money. The schedule will mean fewer trips to Santa Maria’s county government center for staff who provide agenda reports to the board on those Tuesdays.
Supes Cut Back on Meetings
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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