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When the Grand Jury reports on an entity, the governing body of that entity is required to respond to the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court within 60 days for elected officials and 90 days for all others. Responses are listed immediately following their respective reports.

NOTE: These reports are in PDF format, which can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat or any other PDF viewer.

PC 933.05 Summary of Law describing how Grand Jury reports are to be responded to.

Full Final Report

Your Vote Does Count!

Responses

Kafka Goes Coastal - Amending the Fort Bragg Local Coastal Program

Responses

Revisiting the Board of Supervisors Travel...

Backup Documents

Responses

Byzantium by the Bay: County Mis-Implementation of the Mendocino Town Plan

Backup Documents

Responses

I'll Be Able to Hear You Pretty Soon: The Mendocino County Sheriff's Coast Sector Substation and Holding Cells in Fort Bragg

Responses

Free!!!, Get Your GED Here!!! A Report on the Mendocino County Jail, Holding Cells and Sheriff's Evidence Room

Responses

Home Away From Home - A Report On Mendocino County Juvenile Hall

Responses

Does Probation Work? A Report On The Mendocino County Department Of Probation

Responses

A Lot More Than Firefighters: A Report on Chamberlain Creek and Parlin Fork Conservation Camps

The #$@*!! Roof Still Leaks: A Report on the City of Willits Police Department and Holding Cells

Responses

Hats Off to Round Valley!

Responses

Hoops... Now! Fort Bragg Unified School District Alternative Schools

Responses

Emergency... What Emergency? A Grand Jury Report on Mendocino County Airports

Responses

No Place Like HUD: A Report on the Community Development Commission of Mendocino County

Responses

Community Development Commission:

Clinics, The 43% Solution: A Report on Two Federally Qualified Health Centers in Mendocino County

Responses

Mental Health and Millionaires: A Report on Proposition 63 and Mendocino County Mental Health

Responses

The $10,000 Popsicle Stick: City of Fort Bragg Municipal Improvement District I - Waste Water and Storm Water Collection and Treatment System

Responses

Saving for a Sunny Day: City of Fort Bragg Water Enterprise District - Water Supply, Treatment and Distribution System

Responses

Surplus Water is an Oxymoron: A Report on the Redwood Valley County Water District

Responses

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