Instructions: Municipal Report of Kern County Board of Supervisors Meeting A) Analysis of County Supervisors: Phillip Peters (District 1), Zack Scrivner (District 2), Mike Maggard (District 3),
Municipal Report of Kern County Board of Supervisors Meeting
This report must be typed, 12 Times New Roman font, double spaced with 1 inch normal margins.
The report should include:
A) Firstly, Analysis of County Supervisors: Phillip Peters (District 1), Zack Scrivner (District 2), Mike Maggard (District 3), David Couch (District 4), and Leticia Perez (District 5). (number, gender, age, ethnicity, etc.)
B) Secondly, And audience/Speakers (general census)
C) Thirdly, Outline procedures followed to discuss an issue:
#1-Roll Call, #2-Salute the Flag, #3-Pet of the Week, #4-Consent Agenda/Opportunity for Public Comment, #5 Board Member Announcements or Reports
D) Also, how did they vote, the process;
E) More so, Summary of one issue observed and resolved;
F) Personal evaluation of meeting with problems observed and solutions: Rural areas (Mexican Colony/Colonia and Fuller Acres) infrastructure issues, or COLA (cost of living adjustment).
Website to access Kern County Board of Supervisors Meeting June 29, 2021 – 9 am
click three dots in the right bottom corner of video to open transcript if needed.
Additionally, the Kern County Board of Supervisors voted to approve the oil ordinance that will add thousands of new oil wells to the county over the next two decades.
This comes after hundreds of people expressed their opinions of the ordinance during public comment.
A VETERAN’S VOICE: ‘DIVING’TO RECOVERY
Also, hundreds of people sounded off at the Kern County Supervisors meeting on Monday regarding a project that could bring thousands of new oil wells to Kern County.
What’s at stake? Lots of money.
Lastly ,during a special county supervisors meeting Monday, discussing the impact on what bringing thousands of wells would mean to Kern County, County Assessor Jon Lifquist stated there will be a decline in tax revenue.