Imperial County Board of Supervisors Meeting Cancelled, Delegation Visiting Washington, D.C.


Imperial County logoIMPERIAL COUNTY – The Imperial County Board of Supervisors wish to inform the public that the board meeting previously scheduled for Tuesday, January 26, has been cancelled. The board will reconvene regularly scheduled board meetings on Tuesday, February 2 at 8:30 a.m.

Next week, Supervisors John Renison and Ray Castillo, along with other county staff members, have a trip planned to visit Washington, D.C. to meet with Imperial County’s federal legislative representatives to strengthen relationships, bring attention to issues of importance and priority for Imperial County residents, and highlight all that the region has to offer.

“It’s important for the board to go to Washington, D.C. to meet with our legislators and federal agencies face-to-face to have an opportunity at making a greater impact and getting additional attention to issues that affect our communities,” said District 1 Supervisor John Renison.

In addition to meeting with the county’s federal representatives, the delegation will meet with administrators of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Essential Air Service (EAS) program to continue to work with the department on finding a new air carrier to service the Imperial County Airport.

As previously stated, the board meeting was scheduled to take place on January 26 at the Imperial County Board of Supervisors’ Chambers. Please note that the meeting has  been cancelled and the board will reconvene on Tuesday, February 2. For more information, please visit the Imperial County Board of Supervisor’s website.