A public forum on groundwater issues will be televised and streamed online for those who cannot make it to the Tuesday event at California State University, Stanislaus.
The forum will be broadcast live locally on Charter Channel 2 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 (go to “Stanislaus County” and navigate to “Government”).
A live online video stream can be seen here. The video will archived following the event.
For those attending the forum in person, free parking will be available in parking lot 11. To access lot 11, enter the campus from the entrance on Monte Vista Avenue and bear right.
“Our Groundwater Challenges: What Do They Mean for the Turlock Area?” will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday in the Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building, Room 130, on the CSU Stanislaus campus.
The forum will begin with a brief presentation from each of five panelists: Horacio Ferriz, CSU Stanislaus Professor of Geology; Michael Cooke, City of Turlock Municipal Services Director; Michael Frantz, Turlock Irrigation District Director; Wayne Zipser, Chair of the Stanislaus County Water Advisory Committee; and Dorene D’Adamo, State Water Resources Control Board member.
A panel discussion will follow the presentation, followed by a time for questions from audience members.