Supervisors David Couch and Leticia Perez are preparing to roll up their sleeves and dig into some spay-neuter data, toss around some ideas and start building a plan for fixing Kern County's animal sheltering and euthanization problems at tonight's ad hoc meeting.
The meeting starts at 6 p.m. and is expected to include some hard data about where low-cost government-supported spay neuter needs to be targeted to achieve the most impact.
Supervisors have $250,000 to spend but lack a plan for how best to spend it. Perez and Couch have been tasked with coming up with a plan and bringing it back to the full board later this month.
It should be an interesting evening.