Roundtable at PMC Saturday, July 27 Brings County Officials to the Mountain

If you have questions you’d like to ask the Kern County Sheriff or your District 4 County Supervisor, here’s your chance. What about that little thing you always wanted to ask about the roadways or other aspects of Kern County administration? Here’s a press release about he roundtable event at 10 a.m. at Pine Mountain’s clubhouse this Saturday, July 27.

Supervisor Couch, Sheriff Youngblood, District Attorney Lisa Green and many other County department heads will headline the Pine Mountain Clubs “Celebrating Community Day” Town hall meeting Saturday July 27 at 10 a.m.

Pine Mountain Clubs “Celebrating Community Day” celebration will begin with a town hall style meeting focusing on the contributions and opportunities County government can provide to the mountain community.   In attendance and answering questions will be the first panel of its kind in PMC representing Kern County Government including Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, District Attorney Lisa Green, Treasurer-Tax Collector Jackie Denney, Roads Department Director Craig Pope, Engineering, Surveying and Permit Services Department Director Chuck Lackey, Fire Chief Brian Marshall, Supervisor David Couch, Director of Facilities Planning for SC Anderson Jeff Foy and owner Steve Anderson.  SC Anderson was awarded the recent bid to build the PMC fire station.

Supervisor Couch “This is a rare opportunity for the residents of the Mountain Communities to have this distinguished panel of county government officials answer their questions directly under one roof and in Pine Mountain Club, I hope everyone takes advantage of the meeting.”

The town hall style meeting will start at 10am with presentations and a Q and A session at the Pine Mountain Club clubhouse and all are welcome to attend.


This is part of the July 19, 2013 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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