Posted on: January 3, 2018

County Seeks Public Input in Community Visioning Forums

From: Matthew Rothstein, Deputy County Administrator

Lake County will be hosting a series of five Community Visioning Forums in the month of January to seek public input on core County Government services and finances.

“Lake County is facing some very difficult budgetary decisions ahead, and we are asking for residents’ help in prioritizing our County services and financial needs,” said County Administrative Officer Carol Huchingson. “This is an important opportunity for residents to share their ideas, voice their questions and shape the future of our County government,” continued Huchingson. “Each of our Community Visioning Forums will be held in the evening to ensure those who work during the day have the opportunity to participate.”

The Lake County Community Visioning Forums for January are scheduled as follows:

Kelseyville Community Visioning Forum Monday, January 8, 7 p.m. Kelseyville Presbyterian Church 5340 Third Street in Kelseyville. Supervisor Rob Brown will attend.

Clearlake Community Visioning Forum Wednesday, January 10, 7 p.m. Clearlake Community Center 3245 Bowers Avenue in Clearlake. Supervisor Jeff Smith will attend.

North Shore Community Visioning Forum Thursday, January 11, 7 p.m. Robinson Rancheria Hotel 1545 Highway 20 in Nice. Supervisor Jim Steele will attend.

Lakeport Community Visioning Forum Wednesday, January 17, 7 p.m. Soper Reese Community Theater 275 S. Main Street in Lakeport. Supervisor Tina Scott will attend.

South County Community Visioning Forum Monday, January 29, 7 p.m. Twin Pine Event Center 22223 Highway 29 in Middletown. Supervisor Moke Simon will attend.

“County Administrators, the local County Supervisor and Department Heads from major County Government agencies will all be part of the program at each Forum,” stated Huchingson. “We are fully committed to engaging residents to help us design a County government that will meet the needs of our communities while building a financially prosperous future for Lake County.”

For more information, call the County Administrative Office, (707) 263-2580, and ask for Matthew or email to: Matthew.Rothstein@lakecountyca.gov.

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