Similar pension bonds were issued by other California counties in the last several years such as $117 million by Fresno, $107 million by Contra Costa and $63 million by Merced.
The board also will discuss election and voting issues resulting in complaints raised after the March 5 primary election. The board will consider conducting public hearings May 28, 29 and 30.
The board is also scheduled to approve:
· $126.918. for pesticide regulation enforcement and $20,492 for pesticide application reporting;
· spend $31,651 for detection services for the glassy-winged sharpshooter, a pest that caused millions of dollars in damage to the wine grape crop but has only a limited infestation in northern parts of the county;
· approve $10,000 for representation on a lawsuit the county has concerning the North Baja Pipeline, a natural gas pipeline that will fuel power plants in Mexicali;
· discuss and possibly make a land exchange between the county and the Heber Public Utility District;
· award a contract to clean county vehicles at El Centro Car Wash.
The supervisors meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the board chambers on the second floor of the County Administration Center, 940 W. Main St., El Centro. Meeting agendas are available online at: www.imperialcounty.net
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