Communications problems between county government and community were offset by generosity and volunteerism of businesses, community members, and veterans.
Findings highlight concern over position vacancy and employee retention rates.
An extreme need for increased staffing and services is seen in most areas of the report.
Residents will be able to recycle their electronic waste, non-rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and shred paper on-site.
The county writes that it has had a long history of collaboration with its coastal partners.
Updated Article-After Lovers Lane landowners rejected the county's indemnification agreement no action will be taken to repair levees until after supervisors hold town meeting Oct. 5 to discuss options.
After a number of years without raises, county employees come to the Board of Supervisors to ask them to sit down and negotiate
After discussing four options, the Board of Supervisors decides to move forward with a project that could begin in late August
Proposed $219 million budget discussed a few weeks ahead of fiscal year-end budget hearings
County officials ratify emergency proclamation as emergency services prepares for next storm
100-by-50-foot levee breach could lead to more flooding, officials say
New Board of Supervisors chairman lays out his vision for the county
A frustrated Supervisor De La Cruz suggests moratorium, bringing back potential pot ordinance for further study
The board said the public seems in no mood to support any new taxes for at least two more years
Supervisors vote to sign contract with elevator company despite remaining questions over possible liability related to sheriff's building elevator