Submitted by: Barry Jantz
The people of San Diego are highly encouraged to participate in the County of San Diego Transparency Subcommittee public input meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 7th. This provides people with a great opportunity to ask for reforms that will help you and others have adequate time to digest and provide input on the policies being considered by the Board of Supervisors.
All ideas are welcome – some that have already been suggested include:
- Waiting 30 days to vote on Board letters after they’ve been put on the agenda, to give the public more time to react
- Holding some Board meetings in other communities besides downtown
- Requiring input from County boards and commissions on policies before the Board of Supervisors can vote on them
Supervisor Joel Anderson’s recently said on his Facebook page:
“I want to hear from YOU! The County needs public input at the upcoming Transparency Subcommittee meeting this Tuesday hosted by myself and Vice Chair Nora Vargas. This is YOUR chance to ask the board for reforms that will help give you more time and opportunities to have input in the policies being passed by the Board of Supervisors.”
The meeting will take place this Tuesday, September 7th from 5-6:30 pm at the County Administration Building and via Zoom.
Register here: https://tinyurl.com/2vurxua7
Join the webinar here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83502213041