Farmhouse Cafe owner and high school culinary teacher team up to feed those in need.
Agency names coordinator to oversee delivery of services.
As one CSA accuses county of incompetence and threatens law suit, Supervisor Mark Medina says county is taking CSA monies and not providing services neighborhoods have paid for.
After years of mismanaging community service areas, and the fact there is no full-time employee to coordinate them, the county is hiring a consultant to devise fees and tax assessments.
With more than $500k in Ridgemark CSA account, home owners want to use it to repair roads. At first, Supervisor Muenzer said they can't, but county is researching CSA to see if there are options to use money.