TUD Will Discuss Open Board Seat And Projects
Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne Utilities District Board of Directors will meet this morning.
Following Lisa Murphy’s resignation earlier this month, the board will decide on a timeline for the selection of her replacement. The board is expected to seek candidates for the seat and approve someone at an upcoming meeting. Murphy took office in 2020 and the seat will expire in just under two years.
The board will also vote on passing a resolution to submit a grant request to the Department of Water Resources for a “Phoenix Lake Dredging and Bypass Pipeline Project and the Sediment Basin and Wetland Enhancement Project.”
There will also be discussions about the district’s investment policy, and a cost reimbursement agreement between TUD and the Chicken Ranch Rancheria.
The meeting starts at 9am in the board meeting room.