San Luis Obispo county supervisors are scheduled to meet tomorrow morning. One of the first items on their agenda, selecting a new chair. The rotation the supervisors have enacted puts supervisor Bruce Gibson in charge, but there is opposition in the public. You may remember his dissatisfaction with the new supervisors district map.
If you go back five years, supervisor Gibson and supervisor Adam Hill were lobbying hard for the cannabis industry. This is from October of 2017. Bruce Gibson disagreeing with chair John Peschong over opposition to a cannabis farm.
Both supervisors Bruce Gibson and Adam Hill were strong proponents of the cannabis industry. We learned several years later that cannabis grower Helios Dayspring paid supervisor Adam Hill $32,000 in bribes to secure his vote.
Tomorrow, supervisors may discuss Gibson’s selection as chair of the board of supervisors.