The County of Sonoma has informed the Town of the following public meeting.
The County of Sonoma will hold a public meeting hosted by Supervisor James Gore, Supervisor David Rabbit, and County Staff regarding the Fee to Trust Application and potential development of the Lytton Rancheria Homeland.
This will provide an opportunity for all to share information, updates, and feedback regarding the County Memorandum of Agreement with the Tribe, the Fee-to-Trust Application with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Legislation proposed in Congress, and a variety of other issues. Supervisors Gore and Rabbitt are the co-leads for the County Ad Hoc on this issue, which was formed late last year after receiving substantial input from the public. This Ad Hoc will consider holding a series of public forums to address issues identified in this first meeting.
When: Monday, February 1st
Where: Windsor Grange Hall
9161 Starr Rd, Windsor, CA 95492
Northern Sonoma County's 4th District