The county Board of Supervisors will be asked Tuesday to approve a $4,500 budget for efforts to redraw supervisorial district lines.
The board meets in open session at 9:30 a.m. at the County Administration Center, 940 W. Main St., El Centro.
Of the funds, $3,500 would go toward computer software and other supplies while the remainder would go toward publicity. None of the money would be used to provide stipends to community volunteers on the redistricting committee.
According to the staff report, stipends and mileage are paid to county Planning Commission members, while county retirement board members receive mileage.
In other business, the board will be asked to approve a $49,063 state Integrated Waste Management Board grant request to clean certain county areas. The money would come from the farm and ranch cleanup and abatement program. Areas to be cleaned include Highway 78 at the Alamo River, Fredricks Road at the New River, Dogwood Road at Robinson Road, Dogwood at Neckel Road and a parcel on West Villa Road in El Centro.