November 10, 2015

Community Engagement in North Fair Oaks

LAST NIGHT 62 residents of North Fair Oaks joined my staff, county staff and the Sheriff's Office to talk about community priorities in the public safety area as well as in the code enforcement area. A lively discussion was held at the individual tables as everyone shared their opinions.

The clear priorities are parking and illegal dumping.

The NFO Community discusses priorities.
This is the second community meeting to discuss neighborhood priorities and now that the community has come to a consensus on their priorities, the county will set about focusing specifically on those issues. The first wave of activity will be aimed at educating businesses and residents about parking ordinances for time limits, abandoned vehicles and doing business on the street. Following that, citations will be issued. The same is true for illegal dumping.

I am proud of the progress we have made in North Fair Oaks. There is still a lot of work to do but I believe that the residents are coming out to our community meetings and making it clear what they want done.

Democracy is alive and healthy in North Fair Oaks.

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