The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors meets at 6:30 p.m. today in the basement chamber at Tenth Street Place, 1010 10th St., Modesto.
The board is scheduled to:
— Hold a public hearing on plans for 107,000 square feet of stores and offices on an 8.7-acre strawberry patch and Christmas tree lot, northeast of Pelandale Avenue and Sisk Road. If approved, buildings likely would go up from 2015 to 2022.
— Adopt improvement plans for the intersection of South Ninth Street and Latimer Avenue in northwest Ceres. Lengthening a left-turn lane should reduce rear-end wrecks, a report reads. The project could be done by December.
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— Approve a labor contract with 583 Community and Health Services workers. The Service Employees International Union Local 521 was among the county's 13 units agreeing a few months ago to two years of 5 percent pay reductions; workers are taking off 13 unpaid days per year. Lower salaries will save about $2.1 million per year from this agency. The contract, approved by a union majority, calls for further bargaining on vacation and shift bidding for community service officers in the Sheriff's Department.
— Meet in closed session to discuss a labor contract with the Stanislaus County Deputy Probation Officers' Association.