The Kern County Board of Supervisors is preparing to discuss cost-saving measures to preserve resources and help address the impacts of COVID-19. The board of supervisors will be looking to take several steps to cut costs.
County officials are saying revenue losses due to COVID-19 could be between $39 million to $72 million this current fiscal year. The topic in the agenda also says it could be between $31 million and $82 million in the next fiscal year.
The board is set to discuss this during Tuesday's meeting.