Joe Nelson, Staff Writer
Posted: 07/19/2011 06:51:20 PM PDT

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will conduct its third public meeting today on the redistricting of the county’s five supervisorial districts.

Every 10 years, county supervisors review the latest Census data and consider re-establishing district zones to ensure there is the same amount of residents living in each district.

According to 2010 Census numbers, the county has 2,035,210 residents, which means that each district should have 407,042 residents. The first district, which includes most of the High Desert, exceeds that number by 58,496 residents, according to a county news release.

The second district exceeds the desired number of residents by 22,955, the fourth district by 40,556, and the third and fifth districts respectively by 22,535 and 18,360, according to the news release.

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