By B.J. Reyes
The state Reapportionment Commission office has been dutiful in making maps, meeting notices and other materials available online at its website.
But it hasn’t forgotten about those who may not be as tech savvy.
For those wishing to view hard copies of the proposed redistricting maps, they are available for viewing at various locations throughout the state, as listed below:
Public meetings begins Aug. 30 on the draft proposals. The complete schedule of hearings can be found HERE.