Below are the latest updates on the efforts to save our Supervisors.
Allegations of fraud: Shasta County DA forwards recall investigation to secretary of state
The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office has forwarded to the California Secretary of State’s Office its findings into allegations of fraud related to signature gathering during the recall effort of three county supervisors.
DA Investigation Completed, Findings to Secretary of Stat
“On Monday June 7th, my office concluded our initial factual investigation of allegations of fraud related to the gathering of signatures and filing of notices of intent to recall members of the board of supervisors. These findings have now been referred to the Secretary of State.”
Here's what happened when Shasta County supervisors tried to rein in behavior at meetings
Trying to rein in public behavior at its meeting, the Shasta County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to set some rules dealing with decorum and conduct. The new rules on meeting decorum attempt to limit how members of the audience can display signs in the boardroom, where the media and others could set up while filming the meetings and how visitors could cheer on speakers.
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