Mono County Board of Supervisor Stacy Corless 2021

RCRC Chair and Mono Cnty Supr. Stacy Corless

Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC) Chair and Mono County Supervisor Stacy Corless hosted the June 2021 RCRC Board of Directors meeting in Mono County last week. The three-day event included the RCRC Board of Directors meeting in Mammoth Lakes, and a tour of the area that focused on natural resource issues.

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Calif. Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot

“It was an honor to welcome elected Supervisors from across California and to showcase local research and on-the-ground projects that will benefit all of the state,” explained Supervisor Corless. “You could feel the excitement as we safely navigated our first in-person meeting and event since March of 2020.  I am especially grateful to our esteemed guest speakers, California Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot, and California’s Chief Service Officer Josh Fryday, for their participation in productive discussions around the major issues impacting rural California, including water and wildfire.”

The RCRC Board of Directors meeting included a presentation by guest speakers Crowfoot and Fryday, as well as updates on state and federal legislation and an interactive session for strategic plan development. The agenda can be accessed here. Supervisors also attended a separate meeting of the Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA), an affiliated agency of RCRC, where they received an overview of GSFA’s housing assistance programs and an update on efforts to expand broadband access.

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RCRC members were given The Tour of Mammoth Lakes area

As is an organizational tradition, the RCRC Chair hosts a Board of Directors meeting in their county during their tenure. The June RCRC Board of Directors meeting brought over 30 elected Supervisors and county leaders to Mono County.

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The Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC) is a thirty-seven member county strong service organization that champions policies on behalf of California’s rural counties. RCRC is dedicated to representing the collective unique interests of its membership, providing legislative and regulatory representation at the State and Federal levels, and providing responsible services for its members to enhance and protect the quality of life in rural California counties. To learn more about RCRC, visit and follow @RuralCounties on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


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