The meeting begins at 11 a.m. in the board chambers, on the first floor of the San Bernardino County Government Center located at 385 N. Arrowhead Ave., in San Bernardino.
Budget constraints have prompted the closures of courts in Big Bear Lake, Barstow, Chino and Needles.
Residents in Needles, a city that lies along the Colorado River at the California/Arizona state lines, will have to drive 212 miles for court appearances in San Bernardino, or 146 miles into Joshua Tree, the court closest to Needles in California.
Supervisors James Ramos and Robert Lovingood, whose districts include the High Desert and Morongo Basin and whose residents are most affected by the closures, are working with local and state officials on how to address the transportation issues that have sprung in the wake of the closures. They are also pushing for more state funding for the courts.
Ramos said Monday the issue is all encompassing - from those who must appear before a judge for criminal cases to those paying traffic fines to those summoned for jury duty.
He is placing a strong emphasis on lobbying lawmakers for more money to address the county's rising caseloads, which could pave the way for reopening some of the courts in the future.
"San Bernardino County has not been able to get the funding to keep up with its caseload, yet the caseload is expanding," Ramos said.
He said the best way to get the attention of lawmakers is through a collective effort with the county's presiding judge, public defender and district attorney.
"I think it really is time for all of us to come together and say this is something affecting San Bernardino County as a whole," Ramos said. "I think if we all do our parts, the message will be heard.
Lovingood could not be reached for comment on Monday.
To address a $22 million shortfall in state funding, San Bernardino Superior Court implemented sweeping cuts to its system this year, beginning with the closure of the Chino court on Jan. 1. On Feb. 4, one of four courtrooms in Joshua Tree closed, and all the court's civil cases were transferred to San Bernardino. The Barstow and Needles will close on May 6.
In addition to the court closures, the San Bernardino County court system has cut its clerk's office's hours of operation from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Despite the closures and the cuts, the court is still projecting a $13 million deficit next year.
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