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County of Mendocino Holding Meeting on the Coast About the Permitting Process

The following is a press release issued by the County of Mendocino:


A view from the bluffs along the Mendocino County Coast [Picture by Matt LaFever]

The Mendocino County Division of Environmental Health and Planning and Building Services are excited to invite all stakeholders to meet on November 13, 2023. We value your input and collaboration, and this meeting will focus on discussing and improving the permitting process in our departments. 

Agenda Highlights: 

  • Overview of the current permitting process 
  • Discussion of recent updates and proposed changes 
  • Opportunities for community feedback and suggestions 
  • Collaborative brainstorming for a more efficient and accessible process 

The public may also participate digitally in the November 13th, 2023, meeting by sending comments to 

pbs@mendocinocounty.gov in lieu of personal attendance. County staff from each department will be available to answer questions. Your insights and feedback are crucial in helping us streamline and enhance the permitting process to better serve the needs of our community. We look forward to a productive and engaging discussion that will benefit us all. 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2023 8 AM – 10 AM 
Fort Bragg Branch of the Mendocino County Library 
499 East Laurel St. 
Fort Bragg, CA 95437 

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FOLLOW THE LINK TO JOIN THE WEBINAR: https://mendocinocounty.zoom.us/w/83308710258 
OR ONE TAP MOBILE: + 16694449171, 83308710258# or +16699009128, 83308710258# 
WEBINAR ID: 833 0871 0258 

You can also contact the Mendocino County Department of Planning and Building Services via telephone at 707- 234-6650 For more information. 


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