By Miriam Raftery
July 15, 2017 (San Diego) – The San Diego County Board of Supervisors meets Tuesday and Wednesday, July 18 and 19. The agendas include funding for numerous public safety projects, affordable housing construction, and more.
On Tuesday, Supervisors will consider funding body cameras for Sheriff’s deputies. Also on the agenda are proposals to expand juvenile probation activities, address mental health needs of offenders, and fund treatment for juveniles in custody who have post traumatic stress.
In addition, the Tuesday agenda includes a public hearing on issuance of $5.5 million in revenue bonds to benefit Habitat for Humanity, which builds housing for low income people. View full agenda for July 18, 2017.
On Wednesday, Supervisors will consider an increased assessment for street lighting and landscaping maintenance in Rancho San Diego and continuation of assessment at the same rate for the Jess Martin Park area in Julian.
Supervisors will also consider Traffic committee recommendations including weighing a time limit for parking on Alpine Boulevard east of West Victory Drive in Alpine.