The county Board of Supervisors is scheduled to discuss and possibly award $248,919 to Campesinos Unidos Inc.'s welfare-to-work program for the county's Workforce Investment Board.
Campesinos Unidos brought the lowest of four bids to the WIB. The three other bidding agencies could state their protest to the supervisors on the WIB's evaluation and selection process.
The board will also conduct a public hearing at 1:30 p.m. to possibly approve dividing Ronnie and Laura Leimgruber's property on the west side of Mets Road and south of Evan Hewes Highway.
The 39.46-acre parcel is proposed to be divided into six parcels, made up of five small parcels under 2.12 acres and one large 34.30-acre parcel. The changes were originally approved at a Planning Commission hearing Sept. 26.