NORTH FORK – Everyone is invited to the annual meeting of the North Fork Community Developement Council (CDC) on Monday, Mar. 11, at the NF Mono Rancheria Community Center.
The CDC has been working for nearly 20 years to clean up and develop the Old Mill Site and make property available for businesses to set up shop, and help boost the economy of the area.The annual meeting is your chance to find out what’s happening at the property, and how you can be a part of helping North Fork grow.
Reports to the community will include an update on District 5 projects from Supervisor Tom Wheeler, and a discussion on regenerating the Mill Site from the first executive director of the CDC, Barry Vesser.
CDC President Dan Rosenberg will share a status report on the Biomass Energy Project and recent developments on the site, including the new Fire Station and the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) building, now in development through the efforts of the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians.
Paul Irwin, NF Mono Rancheria Transportation Planner and Grants Manager will also talk about the Tribe’s latest projects, including the TANF building, and there will be time for the community to comment and ask questions.
The CDC also invites any interested persons to learn about serving as a member-at-large on the CDC Board of Directors. They are looking for community-minded people who want to make a difference, including those with expertise in important areas such as contracting, engineering and real estate, to help in the development of the Mill Site.