Quirks of the County Blog

Tuesday, Jan 28 2014 08:27 AM

Supervisors face flurry of big issues today

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    By James Burger/ The Californian

    At Tuesday's Kern County Board of Supervisors meeting, Kern County Public Health officials displayed trash found in green waste dumped by the city of Los Angeles in Rosamond.

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    By James Burger/ The Californian

    At Tuesday's Kern County Board of Supervisors meeting, Kern County Public Health officials displayed trash found in green waste dumped by the city of Los Angeles in Rosamond.

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By The Bakersfield Californian

Spay and Neuter program design. Animal Service shelter cost overruns. City of Los Angeles dumping in Lebec. An Islamic School and Cultural Center that neighbors think pose security problems.

Throw in a discussion of county employee health plan options and some other interesting odds and ends and you have a pretty busy day for the Kern County Board of Supervisors.

Looking forward to an engaging morning -- with the Spay/Neuter stuff upfront -- and a hearty afternoon with the Islamic Center on the front burner and shelter costs on the down-low, not-gonna-talk-about it consent agenda.

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