The Recall Would Cost Shasta County as Much as $400,000
A recall election would cost the County up to $400,000. That is taxpayer money that would otherwise go to essential services. That would be a misuse of funds, when two Supervisors were re-elected just last year, and the other is up for re-election in a matter of months.
Voters Just Re-elected Two of These Supervisors
Supervisors Moty and Rickert were re-elected just last year, at the height of the pandemic. Voters knew the issues then and re-elected them for another four years.
Supervisor Joe Chimenti is scheduled to run again in 2022. If the recall did proceed, it would be less than a year before voters would decide on his re-election anyway.
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