The county Board of Supervisors will have a series of three public hearings on four proposals to change supervisorial boundaries in keeping with the decennial requirement that the districts be as close to equal in population as possible.
The proposed changes can be seen on maps at libraries throughout the county.
The public hearings begin Monday in Brawley at the City Council chambers, 225 A St.; the next hearing is Tuesday in the supervisors' chambers, 940 W. Main St., El Centro; and the last is Wednesday in Calexico in its City Council chambers, 608 Heber Ave. All the hearings begin at 7 p.m.
The proposals are a complex series of changes intended to bring all districts' populations to within 10 percent of each other, using the 2000 census as a basis.
The alternatives were developed by an ad hoc committee of county employees and interested community members.
District 1 Calexico resident Danny Santillan said the process went pretty smoothly. He said population numbers showed District 1 needed to lose some residents while District 5 needed to gain some.