District 2 County Supervisor Vito Chiesa will host Hughson Government Night on Sept. 5, giving community members a chance to connect with their elected officials.
The event, set from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Samaritan Village, 7700 Fox Rd. in Hughson, will give the community the opportunity to address issues specific to the local, ag-based town and what is being done to improve conditions.
“Although Hughson is a small, tight-knit community, it is very well connected and has enjoyed much success as a result of its relationship with county, state and federal officials,” said Hughson Mayor Jeramy Young. “Anytime we can come together to discuss local strengths and challenges, we are better able to serve the needs of Hughson residents together.”
Hughson residents will have the opportunity to voice their concerns and hear directly from area representatives. Panel members will share their take on regional issues and legislative priorities that will impact members of the community.
“We’ve got a great line-up of panelists to speak with Hughson residents about problems our region faces,” said Chiesa. “We have to keep an open line of communication and it is my goal to continue government nights to ensure accessibility to our elected and appointed leaders.”
Supervisor Vito Chiesa and a panel of government officials, including Congressman Josh Harder, Assemblyman Heath Flora and Mayor Young will present information and commentary on challenges and opportunities and take questions from the audience.
Seating is free but limited to the capacity of the facility. For questions about the event, accessibility or to request accommodations contact Evelyn Starman at starmane@ stancounty.com or 525-6440.