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Board of Supervisors Meeting: Consideration of Draft Recovery Framework

SepSeptember 25 2018

8:30am Board of Supervisors Chambers

575 Administration Drive, Room 102A, Santa Rosa, CA
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    The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors invites the public to attend its meeting on September 25 when it will consider the draft Recovery Framework.

    The County Office of Recovery and Resiliency was created by Supervisors after the October 2017 wildfires. The Office was tasked with development of a plan to address immediate and long-term recovery and resiliency efforts. The draft Framework is a foundation for integration of public, private and non-governmental recovery efforts county-wide and is the result of collaboration with community partners, County departments, cities and other jurisdictions in the County and by extensive community engagement with residents of Sonoma County.

    The draft Framework is structured around recovery and resiliency efforts in five critical areas: Community preparedness and infrastructure; housing; economy; safety net services; and natural resources.

    The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors starts at 8:30am. The Board will begin discussing the Recovery Framework at about 9am.

     

     

     

    575 Administration Drive, Room 102A, Santa Rosa, CA
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The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors invites the public to attend its meeting on September 25 when it will consider the draft Recovery Framework.

The County Office of Recovery and Resiliency was created by Supervisors after the October 2017 wildfires. The Office was tasked with development of a plan to address immediate and long-term recovery and resiliency efforts. The draft Framework is a foundation for integration of public, private and non-governmental recovery efforts county-wide and is the result of collaboration with community partners, County departments, cities and other jurisdictions in the County and by extensive community engagement with residents of Sonoma County.

The draft Framework is structured around recovery and resiliency efforts in five critical areas: Community preparedness and infrastructure; housing; economy; safety net services; and natural resources.

The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors starts at 8:30am. The Board will begin discussing the Recovery Framework at about 9am.

 

 

 

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