Members of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors will meet in Sacramento next week to address the challenges of the proposed state budget with their counterparts from San Bernardino County and with the inland legislative delegation.
Discussion will focus on health care changes brought about by the federal Affordable Care Act, trial court funding and the Perris Valley Line rail proposal. Recently, state court administrators have proposed closing courtrooms in Blythe and Temecula.
The meeting is scheduled to begin Thursday (May 30) at 8 a.m. and will be held in the Capitol building at 1400 10th Street, Room 126. Supervisors John J. Benoit, John Tavaglione and Marion Ashley are expected to attend, representing Riverside County.
The supervisors will hold the special board meeting while in Sacramento to attend the California State Association of Counties’ annual legislative conference. The Board meeting is open to the public but video normally streamed online during regular Board meetings will not be available.