El Dorado County District 3 Supervisor Brian Veerkamp will host a town hall meeting 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20, in the library at Union Mine High School. All residents and business owners in the Diamond Springs-El Dorado community region are encouraged to attend.
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“There will be a number of topics up for discussion that will greatly benefit from public input,” Veerkamp said. “Four distinct and unique portions of the Diamond Springs-El Dorado Region have been identified, and I want the community to help set the vision and process for the future of those distinct areas.”
Veerkamp will be joined by Shawna Purvines, principal planner with the county’s Community Development Agency’s Long Range Planning Department. The areas to be discussed include the following: historical Diamond Springs, historical El Dorado, Missouri Flat business district and the north side of Missouri Flat Road near the County Education center.
RSVP to attend should be directed to Kathy Witherow at 530-621-5652 or email@example.com by Aug. 18. Union Mine High School is at 6530 Koki Lane in Diamond Springs.