MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez Cemetery Commission will review its finances and look to future economic projections and expenses, from capital improvements to routine maintenance to having reserves set aside for unexpected expenditures.
The Commission also will hear a presentation on the Martinez Cemetery Preservation Alliance by Joseph Palmer, another by Pete Carpenter on St. Catherine’s Cemetery and reports on cemetery tours and a cemetery cleanup May 11.
After looking at its current balance, the panel will hear about trust projections and a variety of outside donations as well as the history of and projections for city allocations
The Commission also will discuss the Deer Valley High history project and hear a report on cemetery maintenance.
Kara Galindo will be introduced as the new recreation supervisor, succeeding Patty Lorick who decided to retire.
The Commission will meet at 10 a.m. today in the Council Chamber of Martinez City Hall, 525 Henrietta St.