NORTH FORK – The North Fork Community Development Council (CDC) will hold their annual meeting on Monday, Mar. 17, at the Mono Rancheria Community Center. The public is encouraged to attend.
The festivities get underway with the doors opening at 5 p.m. for refreshments and socializing, and the meeting starts at 6 p.m.
The North Fork History Group will display “Main Street North Fork: One Hundred Years of Change,” and Connie Popelish will share the project with attendees.
Other reports to the community will come from District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler on current and future projects in the district, and North Fork Chamber of Commerce president Becky Kern will report on progress with the Downtown North Fork project.
Other presenters will include Paul Irwin, North Fork Mono Rancheria Transportation Planner and Grants Manager, and CDC president Dan Rosenberg.
Rosenberg will share the latest developments with the Biomass Energy Project, plus recent accomplishments and future goals of the CDC.
Community members are invited to share comments and ask questions.
Frank Prud’homme of 3 P’s Catering and the North Fork Women’s Club will provide refreshments.
For more information and the history of the CDC, click here.
A history-lover’s treasure on the CDC website — Jean Coffey-Cole was one of the founders of the North Fork CDC. She kept a scrap book from 1992 to 1995 of CDC related photos and clippings. Thanks to the work of Michael Olwyler, the scrap book has been scanned and is now available for viewing online. It is divided into two documents which can be accessed by clicking here.