By Todd R. Hansen
A University of California Cooperative Extension program chart left Solano County Supervisor Erin Hannigan feeling a little hungry for more.
Hannigan continued her push to develop nutritional education in the area schools Tuesday, telling Morgan Doran, director of the three-county UC Cooperative Extension Capitol Corridor, that a nutritional adviser is needed in the county.
“We really need to work on that,” Hannigan said. “Solano County . . . we just heard about this a week ago . . . has the highest rates of child obesity, the highest rate of diabetes, a lot of really bad long-term health consequences as a result of poor nutrition.”