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Supes receive crop and livestock report

In the Madera County Board of Supervisors’ regular meeting, the board gave a proclamation recognizing Old Timer’s week, as the celebration gets underway in the days to come.


At the same time, the board took time to recognize the generous support of the celebration’s sponsors this year, thanking them for their contributions in the tradition, listened to a presentation and testimony from a substance use survivor for national recovery month, and listened to this year’s local crop and livestock report after hearing public concerns for road conditions during public comment during the September 19 meeting.


During the public comment, members of the board listened to the concerns of community members regarding the condition of Avenue 2 between Road 9 and Road 4, addressing the safety of its daily travelers, particularly school children traveling to and from school by bus.

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