Calaveras Board Chairman Folendorf to Discuss County Issues


Sonora, Calif. – This weekend’s Mother Lode Views will feature Calaveras County Board of Supervisors Board Chair Amanda Folendorf.

In 2018, Folendorf made history as mayor of Angels Camp, becoming the first deaf woman to serve as mayor in the United States. She was also the youngest mayor of the City of Angels camp. She was then elected in 2020 to the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors and serves as the Chair of the Council of Leaders through 2022.

The interview is carried out with the help of a sign language interpreter in the studio.

Topics Folendorf will discuss include the new county budget, workforce housing challenges, hiring a new county administrative officer, state of the economy, infrastructure needs, project Highway 4 wagon track and other issues.

Folendorf District Four covers the area around Angels Camp, Altaville, Copperopolis, and Salt Spring Valley.


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