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Supervisor Beason to Hold Town Hall Meeting


Nate Beason, Nevada County Supervisor for District 1, will hold a town hall meeting on Saturday, March 5 at 10:00 am at the Board of Supervisors Chambers, 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City.  Supervisor Beason will present information on the County budget,  extension of the library tax, County infrastructure projects, and other issues affecting Nevada County.     He welcomes the opportunity to meet District 1 constituents, answer questions and listen to concerns.

The Board of Supervisors is the legislative and executive body of County government.  The County serves as an arm of the state in providing critical health and human services such as public assistance, public health, child and adult protective services, child support services, Medi-cal, housing programs and veterans services.  Other core services include infrastructure, roads, jail, law enforcement and land use and development within the unincorporated areas.

District 1 serves the areas of Peardale, Chicago Park, Cedar Ridge, Banner Mountain, Cascade Shores, Nevada City and the Highway 174 corridor.  If you are not sure which district you live in, please contact the Board of Supervisors office at 265-1480.

WHERE:  Board of Supervisors Chambers, Eric Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City.

WHEN:    Saturday, March 5, 10:00 AM.



1 Comment

February 22, 2016

Brad Peceimer

Supervisor Beason,

How can you make the comments that were made in your church. A house of God and as a so called Christian, especially about Cannabis used for sick people such as Silas Lee, the 8 year old ausric child, who you have committed a death sentence upon as without his medication, he will die.

I am also dismayed with the fabrications that, after reviewing the records discovered thru the FOI request that was made.

Please explain how the BOS, with their record of misactions in this County, can expect anyone to trust their though process again?

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