BSMAAC meeting 3/20 canceled

Hello Big Sur Community, 

Out of an abundance of caution, and in the interest of current affairs and concerns over Covid-10, Supervisor Adams and Congressman Panetta have cancelled the Big Sur Multi-Agency Advisory Council meeting.  Attached please find a meeting cancellation notice. I am also attaching draft minutes from the November 1, 2020 meeting and written reports that I received from the South Coast, Monterey County’s Big Sur projects status update, and Caltrans project status update.

Martha Karstens asked if I could report is that there is a CERT training starting April 18th.  It is a total of 3, 8 hour days.  May 2nd and May 9th are the other 2 days.  It will be held here in Big Sur and they still have available space.  They would love to get more people from the South Coast.

Here is a link to the Monterey County Health Department website on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-NCoV Or COVID-19):

https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/health/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

This webpage is being regularly updated as it becomes available and includes local information, as well as information from the State and the CDC. Monterey County Health Officials continue to work closely with local hospitals, medical providers, emergency medical service agencies, federal and state officials, and other community partners to detect possible cases of COVID-19, facilitate testing, reduce the chances of local transmission of the virus, and safeguard the health of our communities.

Our office is receiving numerous calls and e-mails from concerns residents. We are coordinating with the appropriate County staff to relay the frequently asked questions we are hearing. We are working with them to get answers posted to the Health Department’s page as they become available.

We appreciate the resiliency of the people in Big Sur and stand with you in spirit!

Sarah Hardgrave

Policy Analyst

Office of Supervisor Mary L. Adams

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