CA: Next Round of California Quota Meetings Scheduled – This Time There’s Homework

Geoff Vanden Heuvel Director of Regulatory and Economic Affair

The Phase 2 meetings of the effort to evaluate options surrounding the California quota program have been scheduled. Three meetings will take place on:

Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. in Chino at the Chino Fairgrounds, 5410 Edison Avenue.

Thursday, Oct. 31, at 10 a.m. in Tulare at the Tulare County Fairgrounds, 620 K Street.

Friday, Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. in Turlock at the Turlock Ballroom, 528 N. Golden State Boulevard.

You can register for the meetings here.

In addition, there is a homework assignment. There are important study materials that have been prepared by Dr. Marin Bozic and Matt Gould to help guide the deliberations of these Phase 2 meetings. Those papers will be available online here.

The Phase 1 process produced many suggestions and ideas and over 1,200 comment cards which form the basis of the memos you are being asked to study. The memos are not very long and they are organized by subjects and options. While it may seem a bit overwhelming at first when you look at the material, I think you will find it very worthwhile to take the time to read the papers and come with questions, comments and suggestions to one or more of the scheduled meetings.

This article appears in the Oct. 18 MPC newsletter and is used here with permission.

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