Cambria’s services district directors may opt today to spend more than $25,000 for a three-month “strategic consulting” contract with former state senator Dean Florez’s firm, Balance Public Relations.
The Cambria Community Services District Board of Directors meeting begins at 12:30 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Building.
If the contract is approved, Florez could help the district seek permits and funding for converting the town’s temporary emergency water supply project into a permanent facility, and upgrading the wastewater-treatment plant.
The board also is to consider declaring weeds, brush, dead and fallen trees to be a public nuisance for the district’s Fire Hazard/Fuel Reduction Program, the first step in requirements to clear those flammables from vacant lots (especially those adjacent to homes and other structures).
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Directors also are to discuss district responses to two recent reports from the county grand jury (one on fire danger and forest conditions in the community, and the other on the status and future of emergency services).
For other items on the agenda, go to www.cambriacsd.org.