The county Board of Supervisors Tuesday will discuss reducing the number of times the board meets, from weekly to every other week.
The board meets in open session at 9:30 a.m. in the County Administration Center, 940 W. Main St., El Centro.
Besides its meeting schedule, the board will discuss committee assignments under the new schedule.
In other business, the board:
l will hear an update on renovations to the former Bank of America building in Brawley. The facility is expected to house a courthouse, a sheriff's station and county administrative offices. The goal is to make it easier for North County residents to obtain county services. The county spent $1.45 million to purchase the building, and together with the state will spend $900,000 to remodel it. The county bought the building in December 1998.
l will consider issuing a notice to proceed on the next phase of infrastructure at the Gateway of the Americas project and consider approval of a consulting agreement on it.